Arthroscopic view of a left shoulder viewed antrosuperiorly, demonstrating implantation of the distal tibia osteochondral allograft (left). The graft matches the native curvature of the glenoid and reconstitutes the bone and cartilage of the posterior aspect of the glenoid.
Commander Lance LeClere is an orthopaedic sports medicine and shoulder surgeon, and currently serves as the Head Team Physician at the United States Naval Academy. He is also an Associate Professor of Orthpaedic Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. CDR LeClere is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame , and attended medical school at Loyola University Chicago.
With sincere appreciation to the AANA Education Foundation for their generous support, we announce our Annual Awards for the best Clinical Research, Basic Science Research, Resident/Fellow Research, and Systematic Reviews published in 2021, as well as the Most Downloaded and Most Cited papers published 5 years ago.
Ask Ford Higgins to reflect on his Navy football career and he’ll use the words grateful and thankful about a dozen times.
George Kiernan had to get his ankle taped at halftime of Wednesday night’s game against American. The 6-foot-7, 225-pound forward had leaped to grab a rebound and landed awkwardly.