Dr. Mamlouk received a BSE in electrical engineering from Arizona State University and his medical degree from The University of Arizona. He completed his radiology residency at the University of California, Irvine and became board-certified in radiology in 2013. From 2013-2015, he completed a two-year fellowship in neuroradiology at UCSF, where he was chief fellow. In 2015, he joined Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara, working as a neuroradiologist.
Dr. Mamlouk’s research interests include many areas within neuroradiology, including cutaneous vascular anomalies, adult & pediatric head/neck, and spine procedures. He is trained in multiple spine interventions, including nerve, facet, and epidural blocks, as well as biopsies, myelograms, lumbar punctures, RF ablations, and epidural blood patches. He has unique training and research in pudendal nerve blocks for pudendal neuralgia. In addition, he is interested in radiology policy, dictation reporting, quality control, and methods to improve the radiologist-clinician relationship.
One of Dr. Mamlouk’s passions is providing care for children and adults with birthmarks and cutaneous vascular anomalies, including hemangiomas, kaposiform hemangioendotheliomas, venous malformations, lymphatic malformations, AVM/AVF, and PHACE syndrome.
Dr. Mamlouk enjoys teaching medical students, residents, and fellows at Kaiser Permanente, and serves in a similar role at UCSF and Boston University, where he is an adjunct clinical assistant professor. He is vested in clinical research to improve patient care, and as a physician and radiologist he is committed to providing excellent patient care, whether interpreting an MRI or performing a biopsy.
- Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center
- University of Arizona College of Medicine, MD
- Arizona State University, BSE
- Published on 10/5/2023
Callen AL, Jones LC, Timpone VM, Pattee J, Scoffings DJ, Butteriss D, Huynh T, Shen PY, Mamlouk MD. Factors Predictive of Treatment Success in CT-Guided Fibrin Occlusion of CSF-Venous Fistulas: A Multicenter Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2023 Oct 05. PMID: 37798111.
- Published on 6/28/2023
Mamlouk MD. Solid and Vascular Neck Masses in Children. Neuroimaging Clin N Am. 2023 Nov; 33(4):607-621. PMID: 37741661.
- Published on 6/28/2023
Neitzel E, vanSonnenberg E, Markovich D, Parris D, Tarrant J, Casola G, Mamlouk MD, Simeone JF. The New Normal or a Return to Normal: Nationwide Remote Radiology Reading Practices After 2 Years of the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Am Coll Radiol. 2023 Aug; 20(8):804-808. PMID: 37385518.
- Published on 2/23/2023
Mamlouk MD, Shen PY. Myelographic Timing Matters. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2023 Mar; 44(3):E16. PMID: 36822824.
- Published on 2/2/2023
Mamlouk MD, Shen PY, Dahlin BC. Modified Dynamic CT Myelography for Type 1 and 2 CSF Leaks: A Procedural Approach. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2023 Mar; 44(3):341-346. PMID: 36732032.
- Published on 12/24/2022
Intrapiromkul J, Wangaryattawanich P, Patay Z, Huisman TAGM, Wright JN, Jones JY, Ramakrishnaiah R, Patel R, Goldman-Yassen AE, Kralik S, Mamlouk M, Desai NK. Imaging of pediatric calvarial and skull base tumors: A COG Diagnostic Imaging Committee/SPR Oncology Committee/ASPNR White Paper. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2023 Jun; 70 Suppl 4:e30165. PMID: 36565281.
- Published on 10/8/2022
Zamary AR, Mamlouk MD. Neuroimaging features of genetic syndromes associated with CNS overgrowth. Pediatr Radiol. 2022 Dec; 52(13):2452-2466. PMID: 36207456.
- Published on 8/26/2022
Mamlouk MD, Shen PY, Dahlin BC. Headache response after CT-guided fibrin glue occlusion of CSF-venous fistulas. Headache. 2022 Sep; 62(8):1007-1018. PMID: 36018057.
- Published on 6/23/2022
Mamlouk MD, Shen PY, Jun P, Sedrak MF. Spontaneous Spinal CSF Leaks Stratified by Age, Body Mass Index, and Spinal Level. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2022 Jul; 43(7):1068-1072. PMID: 35738670.
- Published on 10/7/2021
Li Y, Mashhood A, Mamlouk MD, Lindan CE, Feldstein VA, Glenn OA. Prenatal Diagnosis of Third and Fourth Branchial Apparatus Anomalies: Case Series and Comparison with Lymphatic Malformation. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2021 11; 42(11):2094-2100. PMID: 34620588.
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