Subcutaneous sarcoidosis typically affects middle-aged men and women. Several retrospective reviews have revealed that more women are affected than men. A majority of the patients described in the literature were white. Most of the cases occur in the extremities, upper more than lower. However, other sites such as the trunk, face, buttocks, head, and neck have also been reported. The nodules are frequently firm, painless, mobile, round, and without discoloration. The location and physical appearance of the nodules of our patient were consistent with the typical findings of subcutaneous sarcoidosis.