The Wuerzburg procedure: the tensor fasciae latae perforator is a reliable anatomical landmark to clearly identify the Hueter interval when using the minimally-invasive direct anterior approach to the hip joint
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|16 Sep 2015||Submitted||Original manuscript|
|15 Sep 2015||Reviewed||Reviewer Report - Hendrik Jansen|
|4 Dec 2015||Reviewed||Reviewer Report - Patrick Pabian|
|8 Dec 2015||Author responded||Author comments - Maximilian Rudert|
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|8 Dec 2015||Submitted||Manuscript version 2|
|14 Jan 2015||Author responded||Author comments - Maximilian Rudert|
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|14 Jan 2015||Submitted||Manuscript version 3|
|27 Jan 2016||Editorially accepted|
|3 Feb 2016||Article published||10.1186/s12891-016-0908-z|
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