Interesting study comparing the results of Robotic Partial Knee Replacement vs Manual Partial Knee Replacement. Both techniques were very effective at relieving pain and improving function. However at the 5 year follow up, the failure rate of the Robotic groups was far lower (0%) vs a failure rate of 9% in the manual partial knee replacement group.
This data mirrors what has been shown by the Australia Joint Replacement Registry, where the use of Robotic Partial Knee Replacement has been shown to reduce the failure rate of this procedure.
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