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Right Frontal Lobe Brain
I have a 8 mm calcification on the right frontal lobe of my brain. Can that cause issues with word finding, brainfog and give intermittent headaches?
Possible, not likely: Calcifications in and around the brain can come from many different causes -- knowing more about the history of your calcification would be helpful at answering your question. Most would not cause headaches, and would be unlikely to cause "brain fog" or word finding troubles unless it is causing seizures. Medications are probably the most common cause of the symptoms you mention. ...Read more
What do you advise if i was just diagnosed with a 4 mm brain cyst in my right frontal lobe. Should i worry about it>?
Good care, not worry: This depends on various factors and a consultation with a good neurologist or neurosurgeon should allow you to understand the nature of the cyst and the best management. Repeat or periodic imaging may be recommended. Often, a small cyst remains stable over time and may not require intervention. ...Read more
My nephew has a lesion on his brain that is causing seizures. They have scraped it and it did no good. Now they are going to partially remove some of his right frontal lobe to get all of the lesion. I wonder if you have ever had to do this kind of surgery
Underwent MRI scan of brain, this showed scar tissue on my right frontal lobe. I've been suffering from vestibular migraines but also have mono. Help?
Migraines: Have multiple causes. The scar tissue may or may not be contributing. Look into electromagnetic therapy. ( http://www.Webmd.Com/migraines-headaches/magnetic-field-therapy) I have great success with chinese medicine and acupuncture with migraines as well as diet changes...Eliminate dairy and gluten from your diet...It will help..Also the chinese medicine is amazing for helping recover from mono. ...Read more
Spect scan showed moderate-severe decreased areas in both temporal/parietal lobes &right frontal lobe. Does this explain my memory and thinking issue?
MR - right frontal lobe intraaxial glioma 4x3x3.2 What is the next least risk course of action needed? Open biopsy risk, side effect & success rate?
If Right Frontal Lobe - Grade4 Glioma plus Thin Layer of Cell after remove with Frameless Stereotactic Craniotomy, would prevent spread and recur? TQ
Brain: For a great summary see: http://www.neuroskills.com/brain-injury/frontal-lobes.php. In short - right frontal lobe is involved in non-verbal capabilities. ...Read more
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