His primary areas of study are Surgery, Anterior cruciate ligament, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Orthopedic surgery and Anatomy. His study in Surgery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Postoperative rehabilitation and Activities of daily living. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cohort study and Arthroscopy in addition to Anterior cruciate ligament.
The concepts of his Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction study are interwoven with issues in Range of motion, Patellar tendon, Significant difference and Transplantation. His Orthopedic surgery study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as WOMAC, Physical therapy, Retrospective cohort study and Cohort. His Anatomy and Cadaver, Biomechanics, Cadaveric spasm, Posterior cruciate ligament and Ligament investigations all form part of his Anatomy research activities.
Christopher D. Harner mostly deals with Surgery, Anterior cruciate ligament, Posterior cruciate ligament, Anatomy and Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. His research in Anterior cruciate ligament intersects with topics in Physical examination, Radiography and Transplantation. Christopher D. Harner has researched Posterior cruciate ligament in several fields, including Orthodontics, Ligament and Biomechanics.
His Anatomy research includes elements of Tears and Knee Joint. His Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Activities of daily living. Christopher D. Harner interconnects Physical therapy and Sports medicine in the investigation of issues within Orthopedic surgery.
Christopher D. Harner mainly focuses on Anterior cruciate ligament, Surgery, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Anatomy and Meniscus. His Anterior cruciate ligament research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range of motion, Sports medicine, Transplantation and Surgical approach. His Surgery research incorporates elements of Gait and Time course.
His Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Adductor canal, Orthodontics, Femoral nerve, Graft failure and Cohort. His study on Cartilage, Posterior cruciate ligament, Biomechanics and Double bundle is often connected to Déjà vu as part of broader study in Anatomy. His research on Knee Dislocation also deals with topics like
Christopher D. Harner mainly investigates Anterior cruciate ligament, Surgery, Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, Meniscus and Anatomy. His Anterior cruciate ligament study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range of motion and Orthodontics. Christopher D. Harner performs multidisciplinary study on Surgery and Population in his works.
His Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction study combines topics in areas such as Cohort, Surgical approach, Adductor canal and Graft failure, Transplantation. Christopher D. Harner works mostly in the field of Meniscus, limiting it down to concerns involving Articular cartilage and, occasionally, Chondrosis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Femoral cartilage, Femur and Gait cycle.
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Development and Validation of the International Knee Documentation Committee Subjective Knee Form
James J. Irrgang;Allen F. Anderson;Arthur L. Boland;Christopher D. Harner.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2001)
Biomechanical Consequences of a Tear of the Posterior Root of the Medial Meniscus: Similar to Total Meniscectomy
Robert Allaire;Muturi Muriuki;Lars Gilbertson;Christopher D Harner.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2008)
Development of a Patient-Reported Measure of Function of the Knee*
James J. Irrgang;Lynn Snyder-Mackler;Robert S. Wainner;Freddie H. Fu.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (1998)
The Role of the Long Head of the Biceps Muscle and Superior Glenoid Labrum in Anterior Stability of the Shoulder
Mark W. Rodosky;Christopher D. Harner;Freddie H. Fu.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (1994)
Effects of Increasing Tibial Slope on the Biomechanics of the Knee
J. Robert Giffin;Tracy M. Vogrin;Thore Zantop;Savio L Y Woo.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2004)
Quantitative Analysis of Human Cruciate Ligament Insertions
Christopher D. Harner;Goo Hyun Baek;Tracy M. Vogrin;Gregory J. Carlin.
Tunnel expansion following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a comparison of hamstring and patellar tendon autografts
John C. L'Insalata;Brian Klatt;Freddie H. Fu;Christopher D. Harner.
Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy (1997)
Evaluation and Treatment of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
Christopher D. Harner;Jürgen Höher.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (1998)
Loss of motion after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Christopher D. Harner;James J. Irrgang;Jonathan Paul;Steven Dearwater.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (1992)
Biomechanical analysis of a posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Deficiency of the posterolateral structures as a cause of graft failure.
Christopher D. Harner;Tracy M. Vogrin;Jürgen Höher;Benjamin C. Ma.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2000)
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