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Dr Choudhury Muntasir Mannan

Dr Choudhury Muntasir Mannan

​MBBS (AIIMS), MRCS (Glasgow), FAMS (Singapore)


Specialty: Hand Surgery

Clinical Appointments

  • Consultant Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Sengkang General HospitalSengkang General Hospital


​Dr Muntasir Mannan Choudhury is a Consultant with the Department of Hand Surgery at the Singapore General Hospital. He has a special interest in microsurgery, trauma and reconstruction.


  • ​MBBS: All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi (2004)
  • MRCS: Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow (completed in Mar 2010)
  • FAMS (Singapore): Hand Surgery Exit Examination (2016)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • ​Associate Consultant in the Department of Hand Surgery at Singapore General Hospital since September 2016
  • Faculty Physician, SingHealth Residency Program since 2016
  • Faculty, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University Singapore - since 2014
  • Faculty, Duke-NUS Medical School - since 2014


  • ​Awarded the Prince of Wales scholarship for the International Baccalaureate
  • Nominated the best houseman gold medal in the Department of Surgery at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences
  • SingHealth Incentive Award in January 2009 for being the top performer in National Neuroscience Institute
  • SingHealth ‘Service with a Heart Award’ for Dec 2012, Nov 2014
  • Singapore Health Quality Service Awards 2017 – Star Award Winner

Research Interests


  1. ​Choudhury MM, Tay SC. Outcome of traction tenolysis in open trigger finger release-a retrospective review. Hand Surg. 2013;18(3)
  2. Choudhury MM, Tay SC. Prospective Study on the Management of Trigger Finger. Hand Surgery, Vol. 19, No. 3 (2014) 393–397.
  3. Publication in the Indian Journal of community medicine titled ‘Knowledge, belief, and practices of blood transfusion in the Urban Slums of Delhi’

Research Trials

  1. ​Prospective randomized controlled study on the outcome of traction tenolysis in open trigger finger release
  2. Prospective study on the efficacy of intrasynovial versus extrasynovial corticosteroid injections for trigger digits
  3. Animal Studies on blood vessel anastomosis technique