John William Xerogeanes, MD (Brookhaven, GA), demonstrates a quadriceps tendon harvest using the QuadPro™ tendon harvester. This device is designed to safely, easily, and quickly harvest a quadriceps or patellar tendon graft using a minimally invasive technique.1-3 The sharp tip cores out a true-to-size cylindrical shaped graft. The handle of the device is ergonomically designed and features graduations on the clear portion to allow visualization of graft length during harvesting. The QuadPro tendon harvester is available in 4 sizes (8 mm to 11 mm) to accommodate each patient’s unique needs as well as the surgeon’s preference for graft diameter.


1. Xerogeanes JW, Mitchell PM, Karasev PA, Kolesov IA, Romine SE. Anatomic and morphological evaluation of the quadriceps tendon using 3-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging reconstruction: applications for anterior cruciate ligament autograft choice and procurement. Am J Sports Med. 2013;41(10):2392-2399. doi:10.1177/0363546513496626

2. Hadjicostas PT, Soucacos PN, Berger I, Koleganova N, Paessler HH. Comparative analysis of the morphologic structure of quadriceps and patellar tendon: a descriptive laboratory study. Arthroscopy. 2007;23(7):744-750. doi:10.1016/j.arthro.2007.01.032

3. Krebs N, Yaish A, O’Neill N. Anatomic evaluation of the quadriceps tendon in cadaveric specimens: application for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction graft choice. SMRJ. 2019;4(1)