As of July 2015, MRI images of the knee are available on the websites of University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Hospital for Special Surgery and WebMD, the respective websites show. The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences scan has several bones labeled, including the patella, femur, tibia and fibula.
Two knee MRIs on WebMD show healthy and injured joints. One image is of a normal knee, while the other presents a torn lateral meniscus. The comparison demonstrates how an injured meniscus moves out of place, explains WebMD.
The Hospital for Special Surgery displays two MRI images taken of the knee of a potential knee replacement candidate.The images show parts affected by severe arthritis, as well as some healthy areas, states the Hospital for Special Surgery.