As a result of recent intermittent chest pain, I have had two chest CT scans with contrast done within two days of each other. The first CT done at my cardiologist’s office was to measure my calcium score but noted a nonspecific ill-defined approximately 2 cm patch of ground glass with predominant right upper lobe attenuation present. The second CT scan, two days later, was done at a hospital and reported a ground glass lesion in the anterior right upper lobe measuring approximately 6 mm. More inferiorly, the ground glass lesion in the anterior right mid lung measures approximately 10 mm in anteroposterior extent. My calcium score was very low, and blood test results came slightly elevated for WBC, but otherwise good. My questions are regarding the ground glass lesion. I was told the body would likely absorb them and disappear. However, as the two reports differ in quantity and size of the ground glass, I am very worried. I was never a serious smoker but smoked on occasion about 30 years ago. If these nodules are nothing serious, how long would it take for them to disappear and be absorbed by my body? Is there any relevance to the reports being so different in quantity and size of the ground glass? I plan to consult with a doctor and know these have to be tracked. But is surgical removal an option? Please provide any information on these findings and questions.