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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    Check the image and add your provisional diagnosis as a comment for this thread
    I will add the answer also as a comment here after few days

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    thyroglossal cyst
     

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    I had to look at this several times to figure out what body part it was. Initially I thought it was a distorted torso. Clearly the underlying lesions in the thyroid region are cystic. Is the skin abrasion from shaving? It certainly complicates the diagnosis!
     

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    Infected Thyreoglossal fistula
     

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    Answer : Sporotrichosis
     

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