Dr. Mustafa Alsabbagh is a diagnostic radiologist who specializes in body imaging, primarily of the abdomen and pelvis. He sees adult patients with a wide variety of symptoms including abdominal diseases and infections, acute pain and traumatic injuries. He performs CT colonography, a medical imaging procedure using X-rays and computers to produce two- and three-dimensional images of the internal organs.

Education & Training

Medical School

University of Balamand


Radiology, General

  • Ministry of Health-Cairo


Diagnostic Radiology

  • Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
  • Providence Hospital and Medical Center


Cross-Sectional Imaging

  • Johns Hopkins University Hospital


  • Medical University of South Carolina


American Board of Radiology/Diagnostic Radiology


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Academic Information

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology

Research Profile

Dr. Alsabbah’s primary research interest is in using artificial intelligence in prostate MRIs. He is currently working with Dr. Ayman Gaballah to develop a new AI software for use in prostate MRIs.


  • Warren M, McLaughlin B, Linoln D, Narayana V, Abu‐Issa E, Alsabbagh M. Computed Tomography Guided Brachytherapy Seed Placement of Pancreatic Cancer, 2015.  Providence Medical Center, MI.
  • Alsabbagh M, Dodig D, Amrhein T, Spampinato M, Patay Z, Welsh C, Rumboldt Z. Accuracy and Reproducibility of ADC maps and CT for Diagnosis of Solid Pineal Masses. American Society of Neuroradiology 52nd Annual Meeting, 2014. Montreal, Canada. 
  • Zoghbi B, Sharma K, Hadi D, Alsabbagh M, Aquino B, Spampinato M. Radiation Dose and Fluoroscopic time of Fluoroscopic‐guided Lumbar puncture, 2013.  Medical University of South Carolina, SC.
  • Alsabbagh M, Hadi D, Sharma K, Spampinato M, Matheus G, Roberts D, Bartynski W. Critical Results Reporting in Intracranial Hemorrhage, 2013. Medical University of South Carolina, SC.
  • Shalan K, Alsabbagh M. Clinical series of Lithium toxicity exposed group, 2009, The Specialty Hospital, Amman/Jordan.