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Diffuse smooth calcfication of the trachea, main and segmental bronchi.
Atherosclerotic calcfication of the aorta.
Mild right pleural effusion with subsegmental atelecatsis
Tracheal calcification is a (incidental) benign radiological finding of the middle aged and elderly and is usually of no clinical significance.
The appearance is often striking as individual tracheal rings become radio-opaque and stand out from the soft tissue mediastinum.