HealthMyne Inc., a Madison maker of medical imaging display systems, raised $4.5 million of equity funding from 14 investors, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

HealthMyne is building what it calls the next generation of medical image display systems that will allow health care providers to compare findings from scans rather than just view them individually. A number of influential members in the state’s entrepreneurial community are named in the company’s filing as “related persons,” including Scott Button, a managing director at Venture Investors; Rock Mackie, a medical physicist who was co-founder of TomoTherapy Inc.; and Greg Robinson, managing director of 4490 Ventures.

In a separate SEC filing, Phoenix Nuclear Labs LLC, a Monona maker of neutron generator technology, said it has pulled in $3.2 million of debt financing from 10 investors. In November, the company raised $2 million in a funding round led by Venture Management LLC, a Madison firm led by Terry Kelly.

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