Morphologic features include a trabecular or nested proliferation of monotonous medium-sized cells harboring a dense vascular meshwork. Glomus tumor cells are epithelioid, clear, and actin myofilament rich with round or ovoid nuclei. Glomus tumors usually occur as solitary nodules in glomus body-rich areas, such as the subungual regions or deep dermis of the palm, wrist, forearm, and foot. Deep soft tissues, mediastinum, bones, GI tract, and airways represent uncommon locations. It is worth mentioning that Kim et al4 reported some glomus body-like structures in the posterior tracheal wall, thus, providing an explanation of the specific localization of tracheal lesions.