December 2, 2013 :
We had a very interesting case in which a patient had a bilateral total knee replacement 5 years ago elsewhere. Post operative period was uneventful. The patient kept complaining of progressively increasing pain in the left knee for 6 months. No history of fever or trauma. On examination, the patient had range of motion of the knees from 0-70 degrees. Mediolateral laxity +, no distal neurovascular deficit. Procedure : Implant removal + Revision Total Knee Replacement with stem and wedge on the tibial side.