The doctors discovered the entry wound into the frontal lobe with a diameter about equal to that of a cigarette.
Covering her peroxide blond bob was a knit cap that sprouted an enormous feather and lace from its frontal lobe.
The middle (or central) lobe of the cephalis is simple, nearly cubical, and smaller than the ovate occipital and frontal lobe.
An ascending apical tube on the apex of the occipital lobe and a descending sternal tube on the base of the frontal lobe.
The frontal lobe in Armadillidium depressum is very prominent and much recurved.
Its frontal lobe is not large, though it is broad, while its margin where it joins the head is rounded and slightly recurved.
Superfrontal, sū-pėr-fron′tal, adj. pertaining to the upper part of the frontal lobe of the brain.
Gutter fracture crossing the outer aspect of the frontal lobe, immediately above the level of the right Sylvian fissure.
The dura-mater was lacerated and brain matter from the frontal lobe escaped freely.
The frontal lobe was small compared to the parietal, and its convolutions compressed.
frontal lobe n.
The largest portion of each cerebral hemisphere, anterior to the central sulcus.