The effects of right frontal lobe damage include problems with self-monitoring, attention and concentration, personality, inhibition of behavior and emotions, and with speaking or using expressive language, according to ... More »

The longitudinal fissure is the crease that separates the right and left cerebral hemispheres. The longitudinal fissure is sometimes referred to as the inter-hemispheric fissure as well. More »

The cerebellum controls voluntary movement. It is located at the back of the head and also controls muscle coordination and balance. Damage to this part of the brain is known to cause problems in these areas. More »

Motor issues, speech problems, cognition changes and changes in personality and behavior are all effects of a frontal lobe stroke, according to About.com. Other effects range from weakness to feeling a lack of motivation... More »

Effects of frontal lobe meningiomas may include faint variations in personality, mood swings or hemi-paralysis (paralysis of one side of the body), indicates Brain-Surgery.com. If a tumor is located in the left side of t... More »

Frontal sinusitis, tension headaches and migraines are some of the most common causes of headaches affecting the frontal lobe area, as listed by Right Diagnosis. Other common causes include giant cell arteritis, hyperten... More »

Symptoms of frontotemporal, or frontal lobe, dementia fall into three dominant symptom clusters: behavioral changes, speech and language changes, and movement disorders, states Mayo Clinic. Under behavioral changes, symp... More »