A damaged robot is repaired by replacing its broken parts with human limbs and organs.
Subverted: Lazarus is brought back to life... and he's basically in a walking life-support machine. Far from making him better, stronger, faster!, his cybernetics are barely keeping him alive.
Double Subverted: ...but they keep him alive enough to slink away into a remote laboratory, to simmer in his own hatred of humanity and work on upgrading himself. He eventually emerges not just better, stronger and faster, but with a grudge against humanity in general and his "killers" in particular.
Alternatively, a man is given cybernetic implants to remedy a minor injury, such as a scraped knee.
Cyberneticisation is a last resort, pulled only on the dying specifically because it's such a crapshoot. Most people are killed, some reject their enhancements, some are turned into vegetables; even of the survivors, most are left feeble shadows of themselves, barely able to move. But every once in a while...
Averted: The world has prosthetics and medical technology at about a modern level.
Enforced: Given Lazarus' popularity and importance (not to mention his name), the fans simply refuse to believe he's beenKilled Off for Real. But since the writers had killed him off in the first place because they found him dull, they decide they have a good opportunity to bring him back in a barely-recognisable form.
Lampshaded: "You can rebuild him? How much will it cost?" "$1.1 billion." ""Huh. That's... not what I was expecting." "Yeah, that's inflation for you."
Invoked: A Mad Scientist can't get any human subjects for his extremely invasive cybernetics experiment, so arranges for an "accident" to befall someone so they'll have nothing to lose from undergoing his treatment.
Exploited: Lazarus' boss orders the scientist to secretly equip him with a GPS tracker, wireless sensor feeds back to Mission Control, a Restraining Bolt and kill-switch... he'd always wanted to have such direct control over an agent, but never had the chance before.
Lazarus N. Destructible takes safety precautions to avoid any injuries that would require him to be rebuilt as a cyborg to survive.
Discussed: "Now would be a great time to tell me you can bring him back as an unstoppable cyborg, doc."
Conversed: "Do you think they put this in the small print of these agents' contracts? 'Item 666(b)(iii): if the agent is fatally injured in the line of duty, the employer reserves the right to use any and all functioning systems, including but not limited to the central nervous system, in the creation of a cybernetic being...'"