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Carl Sartorius, MD

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  • St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis

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Specialty areas
Spine Surgery
Brain Tumors
Brain Mapping

Testimonials
"Dr. Carl Sartorius has given me some hope to solve the reason for almost a year of neck pain when other procedures and treatments failed badly."

     Susan F. - patient of Carl Sartorius, MD, seen in January 2012

 

"This is the best experience I have ever had at a doctor's appointment."
     June F. - patient of Carl Sartorius, MD

 

"I just love coming here. Everyone makes the experience very pleasant. You always exceed my expectations. Thank you to everyone!"
    
Monica E. - patient of Carl Sartorius, MD


 



 

Hospital Affiliations

Methodist Hospital
St. Vincent Hospital
 

Medical School

1983
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN

1984
Indiana University Medical Center
Indianapolis, IN
 

Experience

Neurological Surgeon,
Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine (formerly Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group)
Indianapolis, IN

Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN

Chairman, Department of Neurological Surgery
St. Vincent Hospital
Indianapolis, IN

Member, Board of Directors
Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group
Indianapolis, IN
 

Residency

1990
Indiana University Medical Center

Board Member, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
Indianapolis, IN
 

Fellowships

1985
Neurological Surgery, Indiana University Medical Center
Indianapolis, IN
 

Board Certifications and Licenses

American Board of Neurological Surgery
 

Professional Memberships

American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS)
American Medical Association
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Indiana State Medical Association
 

Publications & Presentations

Publications
Lurito, J. T., J. J. Lowe, C. Sartorius, and V. P. Mathews. Comparison of FMRI and intraoperative direct cortical stimulation in localization of receptive language areas. J. Computer Assisted Tomography, 2000;24:99-105.

Sartorius, C. J., and M. S. Berger. Rapid termination of intraoperative stimulation-evoked seizures with application of cold Ringer’s Lactate to the cortex. Journal of Neurosurgery 88: 349-351, 1998.

Sartorius, C. J., and G. Wright. Interoperative brain mapping in a community setting-technical considerations. Surgical Neurology, Vol. 47, No. 4, pp 380-388, April 1997.

Sartorius, C. J. Intraoperative brain mapping during tumor resection from critical areas of the brain. Indiana Medicine, pp 476-478, 1994.

Kayser, C., R. Campbell, C. Sartorius, and M. Bartlett. Toxoplasmosis of the conus medullaris in a patient with hemophilia A-associated AIDS. Case Report, Journal of Neurosurgery, Vol. 73, No. 6, December 1990


Presentations
Sartorius, C. Interoperative brain mapping in a community setting. Congress Neurological Surgeons annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, October 1997.

Sartorius, C. CT Scan Reading. Presented to AACN Midwest Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, October 8, 1997.

Sartorius, C. Interoperative brain mapping in a community setting. Presented to the American Association Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, April 1997.

Sartorius, C. Brain dissection. Presented at Brain Waves ’96 Neuroscience Nursing Trends, St. Vincent Health Care Center, Indianapolis, IN, September 1996.

Sartorius, C. CT scan reading. Presented to AACN Midwest Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, October 23, 1996.
 

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