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Neurostar plans to show 3D anywhere Virtual Radiologic joins Nasdaq

Neurostar plans to show 3D anywhere

Teleradiology specialist Neurostar Solutions will debut at RSNA an application for processing CT images into 3D on any networked computer. The capability, structured as a pay-as-you-go application, will be available on the company's Virtual Radiology Network. The web-based tool was developed in collaboration with KJAYA Medical.

Virtual Radiologic joins Nasdaq

Stock in teleradiology provider Virtual Radiologic began trading Nov. 14. Four million shares initially priced at $17 sold as part of an initial public offering. The company will use proceeds to repay outstanding debt and for general corporate purposes. By week's end, VRAD shares were trading above $22.

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