The hypodense (darker) nodule in the liver could be due to a tumor, cyst or sometimes hemangioma. This could also be due to inflammation or scarring. Subcentimeter is less than a centimeter. This is again correlated with the liver function tests and clinical symptoms/history. If needed then a liver biopsy may be needed. Again a follow up may be mandatory to see for changes in the lesion. Discuss the options with your doctor.
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