MRI Knee With & Without Contrast
- Soft-tissue changes
- Bone density: MRIs aren't enough for evaluating bone quality. A bone density test is required for that, but it can detect abnormalities (e.g., certain bone disorders, bone thinning, osteoporosis).
- Alignment issues
- Joint spaces
- Early arthritis signs
- Injury/fracture: MRIs show evidence of trauma to the bone, including fractures.