Hi! You are an old treated case of pulmonary tuberculosis
.The upper lobe densities can be because of old healed lesions , secondly the classic reactivated tubercular lesions may be located in the posterior segment of upper lobe. But these densities do not indicate definite diagnosis in absence of any particular symptoms.This is the reason why an apical lordotic view has been suggested as it permits better visualization of the apices and secondly increase the sensitivity of chest radiography
for dormant disease.It doesn't mean you are sick because the abnormality may be an artefact or an old healed lesion.So go ahead with the apical lordotic view to clinch the diagnosis.