Volume 3 Issue 2

2019-07-21 Case Report

Glomus Tumor of the Scrotum: A Case Report

Introduction

Glomus tumors are rare, usually benign, lesions that arise most often in the
extremities. They are derived from the glomus body and have a propensity to be found in the fingers and toes, and often in the subungual area [1]. They typically demonstrate pinprick sensitivity, cold hypersensitivity and paroxysmal pain [2]. Only two glomus tumors of the scrotum have been reported and we report a third case of this rare tumor.

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