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A 25-year-old woman referred to our department with a lesion in the anterior part of her neck (Figure 1) since childhood. She complained of a clear discharge from the lesion which increased with pressure. Two years ago, the lesion was treated with electrosurgery but relapsed a few months later. Examination revealed an erythematous papule in the anteriorinferior part of the neck with a clear mucoid discharge from its orifice upon pressure. Physical exam was otherwise normal. The patient had no other medical problems. She had never taken any medications. There was no family history of a similar problem. We advised the patient to be visited for excisional biopsy of the lesion.