We retrospectively reviewed radiographs obtained from 48 patients within 6 months prior to revision TKA. The radiographs were randomized and four reviewers independently used the KSRES to categorize tibial implants as nonconcerning, clinical follow-up for progression, or loose as described by KSRES. For the PBS, the percent involvement of the tibial implant interface of any radiolucency at the bone-cement or cement-implant interface was determined. The higher percentage from either the anteroposterior or the lateral image was the final score. Components were categorized as nonconcerning (≤10%), clinical follow-up for progression (11%-24%), or loose (≥25%). We compared the sensitivity, specificity, and interobserver reliability using intraoperative assessment of implant fixation as the gold standard.