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Dr. Faten Abu Ghazal

NEUROLOGY & NEUROPHYSIOLOGY

Full Name:

FATEN ABU GHAZAL

Specialty:

NEUROLOGY/ NEUROPHYSIOLOGY

Certifications:

2013    American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology # 57947

2016    Saudi Medical License, (# 16-L-M-0027601)

2016    Jordanian Medical License

2007    ECFMG, Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduate

2006    Internal Medicine, (Lebanese University # 775 Ref. 268/4 2006)

2003    Doctor of Medicine, (Lebanese University # 775 Ref. 101/4/2003)

Internship:

09/2013-08/2014  Neurophysiology Fellowship, (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA )

07/2010-06/2013   Neurology Residency, (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, USA)

07/2009-06/2010  Preliminary Internal Medicine,(Staten Island University Hospital, NY, US)

07/2006-06/2009  Neurology Residency, (Lebanese University/Faculty of Medical Sciences, Lebanon)

07/2003-06/2006  Categorical Internal Medicine Residency, (Lebanese University/Faculty of Medical Sciences, Lebanon)

Clinical Experience:

Dec.2018- till current date Neurology consultant ( Procare Hospital-Khobar-KSA)

Nov.2015- Nov 2018 Neurology Consultant (Almoosa Specialist Hospital, Al-Ahsa – KSA)

Dec. 2014-Oct. 2015  Neurology and Internal Medicine (Private practice in Beirut-Lebanon)

Publications:

 

 Abou Ghazal F, Singh, S., Yaghi, S. and Keyrouz, S. Gluten Ataxia: An Important Treatable Etiology of Sporadic Ataxia. International Journal of Neuroscience, 2012, vol 9: 122.

Abou Ghazal F, Rzouq F, Hatoum H, Katout M, Tummala S. Aphasia as an Uncommon Presentation for Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar State. Presented at Epilepsy and Depressive Disorders Conference 2010, Chicago, Illinois,  September 2010.

§Samaha A, Hatoum H, Abou Ghazal F, Mattar H, Itani O, Haddad J. A case study with breast cancer and brain metastasis encompassing acute onset of amnesia and altered mental status due to limbic encephalitis-Biochemical and proteomic aspects. EXCLI Journal May 2008, vol 7:132-138.

Professional Memberships:

 

 Member of the American Academy of Neurology.

 Member of the Jordanian medical association.