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1. Pang BC, Wan WH, Lee CK, Khu K, Ng WH. The role of surgery in high-grade glioma – is surgical resection justified? A review of the current knowledge. Ann Acad Med Singapore 2007;36(5):358-63.

2. Ng WH, Khu K. Neurosurgical strategies to maximise glioma resection with minimal morbidity. Asian Journal of Neurosurgery 2007;1(1):9-15.

3. Ng WH, Cheong DL, Khu K, Venkatesh G, Ng YK, Lim CC. Diffusion tensor tractography: corticospinal tract fiber reduction is associated with temporary hemiparesis in benign extracerebral lesions. Neurosurgery 2008;63(3):452-8.

4. Bernstein M, Khu K. Is there too much variability in technical neurosurgery decision-making? Virtual Tumour Board of a challenging case. Acta Neurochirurgica 2009;151(4):411-3.

5. Clifford W, Sharpe H, Khu K, Cusimano M, Knifed E, Bernstein M. Gamma Knife patients' experience: lessons learned from a qualitative study. J Neurooncol 2009;92(3):387-92.

6. Khu K, Bernstein M. Headaches and moodiness: a healthy young woman with common symptoms. Parkhurst Exchange 2009;17:11-2.

7. Khu K, Ng WH. Intraoperative swelling leading to neurological deterioration: an argument for large craniotomy for awake surgery in glioma resection. J Clin Neurosci 2009;16(7):886-8.

8. Khu K, Ng I, Ng WH. The relationship between parasagittal and falcine meningiomas and the superficial cortical veins: a virtual reality study. Acta Neurochir (Wien) 2009;151(11):1459-64.

9. Rozmovits L, Khu K, Osman S, Gentili F, Guha A, Bernstein M. Information gaps for patients undergoing craniotomy for benign brain lesion: a qualitative study. J Neurooncol 2010;96(2):241-7.

10. Khu K, Doglietto F, Radovanovic I, Taleb F, Mendelsohn D, Zadeh G, Bernstein M. Patients' perceptions of awake and outpatient craniotomy for brain tumor: a qualitative study. J Neurosurg 2010;112(5):1056-60.

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