Well, let's make it three of us. I have been dx with what my NL called a Venous Angioma in my left, but this is what I found in my report over a yr. after the MRI. I was told by the first NL that I had nothing to worry @ when it came to the VA, but I was worried and been having those weird headaches and that going crazy feeling, so, I went to a new NL, that seemed to be more thorough...only I thought this, I guess, I was hoping he would find what it was that was wrong with me. He came up with Migraine and I just looked at him and thought..really? Well, my pain was getting worse and my head pain was driving me crazy, so, I went through more tests and they found a place on my Thoracic, in which, this dr.(NL) said it was out of his area of expertise. Anyway, long story short, I got him to send me the disc from which this Thoraci MRI was done and believe it or not IT wasn't the right disc, all I saw was a bunch of numbers and letters to finally see my name and then it telling me that I had a small tangled area of vessels in my left cerebullar hemisphere with it connected to a dominant vessel.. THAT was scary..MY eyes..speak of the devil are hurting and I am getting a severe headache..attack or something..so, I wil come back and check to see if either one of you responded,hopefully both...:)) Peace, karen
Strange, I had the same thing happen- frequent headaches, dizziness too, and went in for an MRI a few months ago. It came back showing a vascular angioma in the right hemisphere, though my Doctor reassured me these are pretty common and nothing to worry about. I'm going in for bloodwork to see if I might be hypoglycemic, but I wonder if this vascular angioma might be the cause of my headaches???