Long story short my husband had a CT scan which revealed 17 lung nodules, most under 8mm but one 13x6mm in the upper right lobe. All were non calcified, spiculated, spherical and soft tissue density. His primary said they were all normal and there was nothing to worry about. I pushed for pulmonary specialist as his family has a large history of cancer and he has a history of smoking ( quit 5 years ago but switched to e-cigs). Well I was told Pulmononlogist wouldn’t be able to see him until March but they called Friday asking to see him next week. I’m not a worrier. I’m a fighter. Same primary doctor dismissed my symptoms three years ago and the following day I had a stroke. So I don’t have a lot of faith in their opinion. I’m glad the Pulmononlogist is seeing him so quickly. Is there anything that stands out in that would be of concern? I’ve been researching as much as I can just for support for him but preparing for the worst and hoping for the best is a motto we go by regularly. Any tips , thoughts or otherwise would be appreciated.