A glioma is a type of brain tumour made up from supportive tissue of the brain, known as GLIAL cells. Gliomas are classified in four grades: I, II, III and IV. The treatment and prognosis of each tumour depends on its grade. Grade I or II are low grade gliomas, or LGG.
This information is for men who are troubled by lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). Lower urinary tract symptoms describe the problems that are related to the working of the bladder (which holds urine) and the urethra (the tube from the bladder to outside) through which urine passes when we urinate.