Robotic-Assisted Revision Knee Arthroplasty: A Retrospective Case Series Analysis of Complex Revision Cases

The rate of primary total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is projected to grow in future decades. This increase is driven in part by constantly aging populations, as well as other risk factors such as osteoarthritis and obesity. Advancements in long-term outcomes have led to increased numbers of TKAs performed in younger, more active patients. With an estimated 5% of all TKAs requiring revision surgery ten years post-operatively, a corresponding increase in the rate of revision knee arthroplasty is expected.