Fibrotic streaks in the upper lobes is a common finding in several chest radiographs. These are usually due to some old infection (in developing countries, usually tuberculosis
). They do not represent any active disease and are usually of no consequence. However, if you are symptomatic for chest disease (like cough, fever
, etc.) it maybe advisable to see a chest physician and get a CT scan
of thorax in consultation with your doctor.
Poor R wave progression is also not an uncommon occurence on ECGs. It maybe a normal variant in some people. Conditions associated with this finding include hypertrophy of one of the ventricles of the heart or an anterior wall myocardial infarction
. However, in your case, it appears that this could be a normal variant, especially if you do not have any previous history of heart attack
. It would be advisable to visit a Cardiologist to evaluate the same.