The venous angioma is an abnormal collection or expansion of blood vessels, and if compressing certain structures of the brain, this may lead to specific symptoms. In your situation, it may be compressing the cerebellum which is necessary for fine movements and balance coordination, and I believe this is not enough or not likely to explain your symptoms of fatigue.
The white matter hyperintensities may be a sign of demyelination, and I believe the discussion about possible MS should be made with your neurologist.
It is a good thing that there are no hemorrhages, and good flow of cerebral fluid.
I left out the impression given as it relates to my MRI
Relatively large venous angioma, left cerebellum/brachuim pontis. Mild t2 hyperintensity in the crebral white matter, mis right temporal lobe, and deepparietal lobes bilaterally. Thse are not distinct, well defined lesions. the appearance is not that of demyelinating disese, but a specific diagnosis cannot be made. Complete neuro eval, possibly CSF (spinal tap?) analysis may be helpful.
I have had depression since the age of 6 (now 45) 22 concussions, migraines and viral menegitis.
I do not even know the paet of the brain that are spoken about other than the cerebellum