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How Bad Is It, Doc?

Here’s their diagnosis.

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Q&A With Seema Verma

Get the Medicare prognosis from the expert.

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Top Doctors 2018

Indianapolis Monthly’s annual Top Doctors guide takes months to produce, but in the end, it makes finding a great specialist easy. The whole thing starts with a question that’s about as reliable a measure of quality as it gets: Which doctors do physicians turn to for their own care?

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Our November Editor’s Note

Paging Dr. Salb.

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Editor’s Note, November 2016: Worried Sick

I suffer from crippling bouts of anxiety. I’m also a procrastinator. This may explain why I haven’t visited a doctor in 15 years.

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Top Doctors Q&A: Tod Huntley

If your snoring keeps the house awake, talk to Dr. Tod Huntley.

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Hi, Tech!

Breakthrough technology in local Indy hospitals.

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Top Doctors Methodology

Indianapolis Monthly’s annual Top Doctors list answers the burning question, Which specialists do doctors turn to for their medical treatment?

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Beat by Beat

Thanks to stents and better medicine, heart surgeons aren’t cutting open patients with blocked arteries as often as they used to, but they are replacing more aortas and valves. Dr. Art Coffey at IU Health Methodist performs one of these procedures about every 48 hours.   Todd Lewis’s procedure began at 6:45 a.m. on one of […]

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The Poop Scoop

“No one looks forward to a colonoscopy, but it’s easier on the body than surgery.”

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The Checkups: Indy Health News About Memory, Hearts & More

Some patients are bypassing the bypass anymore.

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Top Doctors' Tough Calls: The Heart-Attack Pregnancy

Interventional cardiologist Bradley Weinberg was dealing with a situation that only occurs about once in 20,000 pregnancies, yet he had to think quickly.

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Top Doctors' Tough Calls: The E. Coli Case

While hemolytic uremic syndrome has about a 97 percent survival rate, Owen Boatright’s case was particularly severe.

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How Realistic Is Your Favorite TV Show About Doctors?

St. Elsewhere “did a very nice job using real medical terms and conditions,” says Michael Kraus, M.D. “It was the first show that worked very hard to be extremely realistic.”