Benign and common. Hemangiomas are seen frequently within the vertebral bodies (spine) on MRI and are a benign finding. They have a characteristic appearance.
Don't worry. Vertebral hemangiomas are very common (up to 30% of lumbar spine MRI in some studies). They are benign, usually asymptomatic and have a very characteristic appearance on mri. If no other abnormality was described in association with the hemangiomas (like a fracture or compression of a nerve) it is likely these are of no importance and should be of no concern to you.
Benign. Hemangiomas are a common finding in the vertebrae and are benign. They are collections of blood vessels with a very specific appearance on mri. It is only when they are very large and expand the vertebrae or weaken it that they can be a problem. This is very rare.