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Figure 1: Varying clinical presentations of subungual glomus tumour. All the patients presented with complaints of pain in the involved digit with point tenderness (shown with an arrow) and cold sensitivity (a) Patient 2 presenting with severe pain with an apparently normal nail plate, (b) Patient 3 with a diffuse, erythematous to bluish discoloration visible over the nail plate surface, (c) Patient 4 with frank distal onycholysis, along with a larger erythematous, diffuse area visible over the nail plate. Slight swelling over the proximal nail fold can be appreciated, (d) Patient 6 presented with distal and lateral onycholysis, nail plate discoloration, subungual debris and partial destruction

Figure 1: Varying clinical presentations of subungual glomus tumour. All the patients presented with complaints of pain in the involved digit with point tenderness (shown with an arrow) and cold sensitivity (a) Patient 2 presenting with severe pain with an apparently normal nail plate, (b) Patient 3 with a diffuse, erythematous to bluish discoloration visible over the nail plate surface, (c) Patient 4 with frank distal onycholysis, along with a larger erythematous, diffuse area visible over the nail plate. Slight swelling over the proximal nail fold can be appreciated, (d) Patient 6 presented with distal and lateral onycholysis, nail plate discoloration, subungual debris and partial destruction