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Glomangiomas - Anogenital in
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Glomangiomas - Anogenital in

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Contributors: Lowell A. Goldsmith MD, MPH, Benjamin K. Fisher MD
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Synopsis

Glomus tumors are rare benign neoplasms composed of glomus cells, blood vessels, and smooth muscle cells. They are classified according to the dominant cell type into three types: glomangioma (60%), solid glomus tumors (25%), and glomangiomyoma (15%). The tumors exist in two forms, solitary and multiple. The solitary nodules may be very painful upon palpation. Multiple glomangiomas are non-tender. The most common site for these tumors is on the distal extremities but tumors on the glans penis may be seen. Multiple glomus tumors are inherited in an autosomal-dominant pattern with incomplete penetrance.

Codes

ICD10CM:
D18.01 – Hemangioma of skin and subcutaneous tissue

SNOMEDCT:
403970001 – Glomangioma of skin

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Last Updated:10/11/2013
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Glomangiomas - Anogenital in
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Glomangiomas : Arm, Blue color, Leg, Painful skin lesions, Scattered few, Trunk, Widespread distribution, Smooth papules, Tender skin lesions
Clinical image of Glomangiomas
Multiple deep blue-gray macules and papules on the lower abdomen.
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