A 29-year-old woman presented with a 3-month history of multiple purulent discharging nodules involving her lower abdomen, vulva, and left thigh. Physical examination also disclosed vaginal nodules and a left pelvic mass. Cystoscopy revealed multiple mucosal nodules and a perforation of the left vesical wall that appeared to communicate with the pelvic mass. Biopsies of the vesical and vulvar nodules revealed malakoplakia. Surgery and antibiotic therapy resulted in regression of all the lesions.