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A graded Murrah buffalo of about 1.5 years of age was presented with the history of gradually increasing swelling in the temporal fossa of the right eye. Otherwise the animal was in good health except a little ventral deviation of eye ball. Feed and water intake of the animal was normal and no pain was evidenced upon palpation and manipulation of the swelling. The swollen region was aseptically prepared and the mass was resected out. Histopathological examination of the mass revealed the presence of compactly arranged adipocytes with eccentric nucleus suggestive of lipoma.