glomus tumour

glomus tumour

; glomangioma a tiny, often painful, nodular focus within the nail bed, formed by proliferation of a glomus
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Sinonasal haemangiopericytoma-like tumour: a sinonasal glomus tumour or a haemangiopericytoma?
Magnetic resonance imaging of a tiny glomus tumour of the fingertip: a case report.
Two female patients with subungual glomus tumour are reported here.
REVIEW OF LITERATURE: Glomus tumour is an uncommon benign neoplasm of glomus cells, which are modified smooth muscle cells mostly found in arterio-venous anastomoses of the extremities.
1,2,3,4) It was initially thought to fall in the spectrum between glomus tumour and capillary hemangioma.
A case of glomus tumour arising in the mandibular gingiva.
Haemangioma should be distinguished from granulation tissue, telangiectasia, rhinosporidiosis, vascular malformation, vascular polyp, angiofibroma, glomus tumour, lymphangioma, Kaposi sarcoma and angiosarcoma.
INTRODUCTION: An interesting case of subungual glomus tumour causing longitudinal splitting of the nail, resembling median canaliform dystrophy of nail, is being reported.
Magnesium in the management of catecholamine-secreting glomus tumours with intracranial extension.
There were two patients of glomus tumours in present study located in the subungual region of hands in which tumours are markedly hyperintense relative to subcutaneous fat on T2 and T1 weighted images.
Glomus Tumours of the skull base: Combined Use of MR angigrahy and spin-echo imeging-radiology.
Head and neck paragangliomas, or glomus tumours, are highly vascular tumours arising from paraganglionic tissue.