Glomus caroticum tumors with case report

Ilhana Setic, Jasminka Alagic-Smailbegovic & Mersiha Becirovic
Background: Glomus tumors are highly vascularized, mostly benign and slow-growing neoplasms. These tumors of the head and neck are associated with four primary locations: jugular bulb, middle ear cavity, vagus nerve, carotid body. The last one, also called carotid body tumors, occur at the bifurcation[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]