BSG

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AcronymDefinition
BSGBattlestar Galactica
BSGBible Study Guide (reference book)
BSGBig Stone Gap (Virginia)
BSGBritish Society of Gastroenterology (London, UK)
BSGBay St. George (Canada)
BSGBasigin
BSGBipolar Support Group (mental health)
BSGBlack Sheep Gathering (Eugene, OR)
BSGBattlestar Group (fictional, Battlestar Galactica)
BSGBrunswick Street Gallery (Australia)
BSGBadger State Games (Wisonsin)
BSGBuilding Services Group (various locations)
BSGBranch Segment
BSGBusiness Systems Group
BSGBusiness Solutions Group
BSGBig Silly Grin
BSGBritish Sitcom Guide (website; UK)
BSGBroadband Stakeholder Group (UK)
BSGBrillstein Security Group (Beaverton, OR)
BSGBasic Service Group (German tourism enterprise)
BSGBear Specialist Group (various organizations)
BSGBibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève (French library)
BSGBelow Surface Grade
BSGBearer Service Group (mobile telecommunication)
BSGBusiness Services Gateway (Nortel)
BSGBulk Specific Gravity
BSGBrain Stem Glioma
BSGBournemouth School for Girls (Dorset, UK)
BSGBig Smiling Grin
BSGBoulder Snowboarding Group (Colorado)
BSGBerkeley Scott Group (UK)
BSGBrotherhood of St Gregory
BSGBOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) Simple GUI (Graphical User Interface) (distributed computing program)
BSGBackstop Solutions Group LLC
BSGBürger-Schützen-Gesellschaft (Göttingen, Germany sporting club)
BSGBroad Sweeping Generalisation
BSGBird Study Group
BSGBombsquadgolf (golf website)
BSGBig Sad Grin
BSGBoron-Silicate Glass
BSGBase Spares Group
BSGBuilding Safety Group Ltd (UK)
BSGBike Shop Guy
BSGBritish Standard Gauge
BSGBehavioural Sciences Group
BSGBoon Siew Group
BSGBrachioskeletogenital Syndrome
BSGBibliothèque de Santé Génésique (French: Reproductive Health Library; electronic journal)
BSGBye Sweet Girl
BSGBeyond Skin Global
BSGBye Sweet Guy
BSGBureau Social de Gitarama (French)
BSGBig Soft Glossy (magazine genre)
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The teenager has a brain stem glioma and doctors at Newcastle General Hospital have taken the decision not to remove it yet as there is a danger the surgery could lead to physical disability affecting his spine.
The most common types of brain tumour in children are astrocytomas, medulloblastomas, ependymomas and brain stem gliomas.
These tumours include astrocytomas, ependymomas, medulloblastomas and brain stem gliomas.
Brain stem gliomas are particularly hard to treat because it involves the part of the brain connected to the spinal chord.