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most small hypodensities seen in the spleen on MRI or CT scans are due to benign hemangiomas which are abnormal blood vessel formations. and are not cancerous and usually don't grow over time.
do you have your abdominal MRI scan report? usually the MRI report will say that the doctors think the subcentimeter splenic hypodensities are most likely hemangiomas or cysts.