Glomus Tumors belong to a group of highly vascular (blood filled) pathologies that affect the temporal bone (ear), neck and brain. They are notorious for encasement of vital structures (blood vessels and cranial nerves) in the ear and neck that make the surgery technically demanding. However, owing to the advances in intra operative equipment such as nerve monitors, hand held dopplers and navigation, safe surgery with gratifying outcomes is possible in the dreaded disease.
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