Hello and welcome to HCM,
The report that you have posted is a X-ray chest report (though you have not mentioned that).
This current report reveals that the upper lobes of both the lung fields show similar opacities as were present 8 months back.
There are no active or new lung lesions.
There are calcified plaques in the aortic wall. Calcified plaques are age related. Their incidence increases with increasing age. These plaques are because of increase in cholesterol
and lead to increase in blood pressure.
Trachae is present in its normal position i.e. midline.
There is nothing to worry.
Thanks and take care.
Dr Shailja P Wahal