Neoplasms containing glomus cells are uncommon. Glomus cells within an angiomatosis, so called glomangiomatosis, is exceedingly rare with only three previously reported cases. We are describing the fourth case from a 17-year-old boy which involved his left hand, fingers, and distal forearm. We will review the previously reported cases.
- Vascular lesion
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Pathology and Forensic Medicine