These are two studies I have been involved with about MIPKR
The first documents results of my own patients 10-13 years after their partial knee surgery. It demonstrates that 94.6% still had their partial knees in place after that period of time, the vast majority doing very well. Their knee scores, a measure of pain relief and function, were significantly better than those of studies of total knee replacement. This was published in the European journal of orthopedic surgery and traumatology.
The second is a study showing the importance of good cementing technique in doing this surgery. Bioengineers working with MAKO, a company specializing in robotic joint replacement, prepared this paper with my assistance.