This article presents the case of a 35-year-old patient with a glomus tumour in the fourth digit of the right hand. The patient had a history of a bilateral embryonal testicular carcinoma, which was treated with surgery and chemotherapy. The initial complaints consisted of pain in all the fingers on the right hand, suspected of Raynaud phenomenon. Finally, the diagnosis was made clinically and through magnetic resonance imaging. He underwent surgery to remove the tumour, and the diagnosis was pathologically confirmed. The treatment was curative, and the complaint of pain resolved.
(Belg J Med Oncol 2023;17(7):264–6)