|Characteristics of previously reported orbital glomus tumors|
|Report (year)||Patient||Onset||Proptosis||Pain||Other signs||Radiologic findings||Management||Gross findings||Pathology (type)||Re-growth|
|Neufeld et al. (1994)||F||35||1yr||4mm||none||none||2.4x1.4x1.6 cm Solid homogenous (CT)||cryoextraction||Fully encapsulates with a purple-blue color||Glomus cell tumor proper||None|
|Shields et al. (2006)||M||17||5yrs||none||none||none||-||debulking||Blue-gray subconjunctival lesion involving medial and superior rectus muscles||glomangioma||None|
|Pribila et al. (2010)||F||19||-||3.5mm||Painful burning sensation||Limited abduction and supraduction||irregular, lobulated, 2.6x3.5x3.3 cm isointense to muscle on T1 weighting imaging, which was diffusely enhanced with gadolinium (MRI)||exenteration||Extensive bleeding and friable||Both glomus cell tumor proper and glomangioma||None|
Ulivieri et al.
|F||29||-||-||Painful||none||A well-defined circumscribed mass,displacing the globe and lateral rectus muscle inferotemporally||Excision (Kronlein approach)||-||glomangioma||none|
|Our report||M||50||6mon||6mm||none||none||smooth marginated, lobulated 2.8x3.3x3.2 cm, located intraconally and extraconally, low signals on T1 weighting imaging, which were moderately enhanced with gadolinium (MRI)||Partial excision||Reddish and pinkish colored multilobulated mass||Glomus cell tumor proper||Complete|
Chang et al.
Chang et al. BMC Ophthalmology 2012 12:62 doi:10.1186/1471-2415-12-62