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Rare Localisation of Glomus Tumor under greater Toenail Bed, presenting with Pain for a Decade-A Case Report

Author(s): Kursad Aytekin, Cem Zeki Esenyel, Zafer Unsal Coskun

Glomus tumors are usually presented with late diagnosis and treatment. This slow process may be caused due to the pain that only occur with provocative contact. In this case report, follow up of a patient is presented who has prolonged symptoms at a rare localisation of glomus tumor. After the glomus tumor of greater toe excised totally, the complaints of the patient were cut dramatically.

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