The meniscal-extrusion may disturb the stability of the knee-joint, and depicts laxity in the meniscal-hoops. The degraded meniscal site usually show changes in the MR images (T1, T2, and Proton-Density-weighted images). However, the laxity of a specific meniscal segment and its effect on adjacent segment’s deformation is unknown. The current study attempt to address this problem using MRI data (with and without loading) and a finite-element-model. Each meniscal-hoop’s (lateral and medial) lengths, thickness, and meniscus-extrusion was measured to evaluate load-bearing changes. Medial meniscus hoop’s Anterior-meniscal-length(ML), Posterior-ML, Central-ML, and meniscus-extrusion show substantial change(>5%) during load.