A malignant tumor in the brain or spinal cord is called Glioma. It affects the health and proper functioning of the brain in a person suffering from this condition. The most common symptoms of this condition include headache, nausea, memory loss, irritability, difficulty in balancing, urinary incontinence, vision problems, speech difficulties and seizures.
HOW IS GLIOMA DIAGNOSED?
Glioma makes up 80% of all malignant tumors in brain