There are soft tissue mass lesions seen in the distal ileum with ileo-ileal and ileo-colic intussusception (terminal ileum intussuscepting into the cecum).
The lead point is most likely a tumour mass.
There is resultant small bowel intestinal obstruction as the small bowel loops are dilated and filled with fluid demonstrating multiple air-fluid levels.
Pelvic free fluid.
No evidence of retroperitoneal lymph node enlargement.
The liver and spleen are normal in size and have homogeneous texture without evidence of focal lesion.
Pancreas, adrenal glands, and kidneys appear normal.