“Health is not everything, but everything is nothing without health.”
— Arthur Schopenhauer
What is Knee Magnetic Resonance Imaging?
Knee Magnetic Resonance (MR) is an examination that diagnoses changes in bone, ligaments, meniscus, muscles, and other knee structures that are more detailed than other imaging methods. MR uses a magnetic field to obtain detailed cross-sections through the area when imaging and does not use ionizing radiation.
When Is Knee MRI Used?
Knee MR is used to diagnose and evaluate: knee swelling or bleeding, cartilage damage, meniscus rupture, tendon rupture, injury to athletes or engaging in sports (ligament tension, meniscus injury, bone fracture, ankle fracture), degenerative joint changes, arthritis, arthritis. knee joint fluids, knee infections (such as osteomyelitis), presence of tumors (primary tumors and metastases) involving the bones and joints, feeling that the knee is failing, decreased knee movement, knee or pain injuries, complications associated with implanted surgical implants, ruptures arm.