The prognosis for a frontal lobe tumor depends on the specific tumor type, its diagnosed grade, and additional biological factors, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Patients with frontal lobe tumors tend to have a more favorable prognosis than those with temporal or parietal tumors, states American Family Physician.What are the side effects of temporal lobe surgery?
Surgery: A temporal lobectomy, an operation usually removes only the abnormal part of the temporal lobe. In about 70% patients, temporal lobectomy is successful, with low complication rates. Side effects of temporal lobectomy are loss of memory, and emotional change, visual disturbances related with the removal of brain tissue.What happens if left frontal lobe is damaged?
Because the frontal lobes are substantial in size, specific regions of the frontal lobe may be damaged by a stroke, while other regions are spared. If there is a great deal of swelling or bleeding immediately after a stroke, the short-term phase may be uncertain as the bleeding and swelling slowly resolves.What are the symptoms of a frontal lobe tumor?
Symptoms usually develop over time and their characteristics depend on the location and size of the tumor. A brain tumor in the frontal lobe may cause the following: Behavioral and emotional changes. Impaired judgment. Impaired sense of smell. Memory loss. Paralysis on one side of the body (hemiplegia)