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When a stroke affects the temporal lobe, situated at ear level and underneath both the parietal and frontal lobes, it can produce language problems known as aphasia (difficulty understanding speech, verbalizing thoughts, reading, or writing). Memory loss also is a common consequence of a stroke in the temporal lobe.What happens when the temporal lobe is damaged?
Complications. Over time, repeated temporal lobe seizures can cause the part of the brain that's responsible for learning and memory (hippocampus) to shrink. Brain cell loss in this area may cause memory problems.What are possible causes and symptoms of frontal lobe damage?
Damage to the frontal lobe of the brain can cause a range of symptoms, including motor weakness and behavioral problems . A variety of conditions can damage the frontal lobe, including stroke, head trauma , and dementia.