A 45-year-old woman presented with pain and gradually progressive lump in abdomen since 6 months in right iliac fossa with no history of trauma. On local examination the mass was immobile, firm in consistency with no local tenderness. She had a surgical scar mark, from her two caesarean sections. No other significant surgical history was present. In view of above findings she was advised CT scan. On CT there was a well circumscribed heterogeneously enhancing mass lesion with poorly enhancing central area in anterior abdominal wall towards right inguinal region appearing to be arising from right rectus abdominis muscle measuring approximately 6.6 x 6.5 x 4.7 cms in size.