Schwannomas (or neurilemmomas) are lobulated, encapsulated tumours that arise from the neurilemmal cells in nerve sheaths. They
usually arise in peripheral nerves or nerve roots. They may occur singly or in multiple, and have been found in a number of locations.
They are normally benign; however they can rarely be malignant. We present a case of Schwannoma of superficial peroneal nerve that
presented as single enlarging mass in anterolateral aspect of right leg. After clinical diagnosis work up is done with ultrasound, MRI
and excision biopsy