Type 2 segmental glomangioma - Case report*

@inproceedings{Cabral2015Type2S,
  title={Type 2 segmental glomangioma - Case report*},
  author={Camila Raposo Cabral and Jayme de Oliveira Filho and Julliene Lika Matsumoto and Stela Cignachi and Ana Carolina Franco Tebet and K{\'a}ssila da Rosa Nasser},
  booktitle={Anais brasileiros de dermatologia},
  year={2015}
}
Glomus tumors originate from modified perivascular muscle cells. The most common form is the solitary one. The multiple form may be associated with dominant genetic inheritance. We report a case of a patient with hemangiomatous lesions on the calcaneus and wrist since birth. In 6 years, there was progression of lesions throughout the body. Multiple glomangiomas are asymptomatic and more common in childhood. They can be confused with other vascular malformations. Histopathological diagnosis is… CONTINUE READING
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