There are several treatment options available for tumors located on the frontal lobe of the brain, including surgical removal of the tumor, according to the American Brain Tumor Association. Other common treatment options depend on the exact location of the tumor and the size of the tumor, such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
There are numerous types of brain tumors, including gliomas and non-glial brain tumors, according to Texas Oncology. Many types of brain tumors grow slowly, making them difficult to notice. The most common symptoms of brain tumors located on the frontal lobe of the brain include headaches, personality changes and seizures. The size of the tumor and the exact location can cause other symptoms as well.