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The Glomus tumour is a very rare tumour arising from the normally occurring neuromyoarterial glomus body. Ten cases of Glomus tumour treated by the authors over the last 4 years are reviewed. Consistent cure, in all the patients, resulted from surgical removal of the lesion. The hypothesis that the glomus tumour body may have a secretory function for controlling blood pressure and maintaining the interstitial environment is also supported.