Nodular cystic fat necrosis (NCFN) is characterized by mobile subcutaneous nodules composed of necrotic adipocytes encapsulated by fibrous tissue. The classical presentation of NCFN is solitary or multiple, up to 40, discrete nodules scattered usually on the extremities or trunk. Here, the authors present an elderly woman who developed an unusual and striking clinical picture of NCFN, two months after a fall. The patient had a large indurated plaque and subcutaneous nodule with superposing necrotic ulcers. During debridement of the ulcers, nearly 100 small nodules popped up freely along with a brownish discharge. Deep in the ulcer, the authors discovered a dislocated nail that belongs to an old hip prosthesis. Histopathological findings of the nodules were compatible with NCFN.