I had back surgery about 3 weeks ago. When I was admitted to the hospital, they did a routine chest x-ray. The chest x-ray showed a nodule on my right lung. The doctor said that it was probably a granuloma, which is scar tissue, and would need no treatment, but to be sure they did a CT scan. After the CT was done, my doctor told me that the radiologists wouldn't/couldn't say what it was and that maybe I'd need to have it biopsied. Then when I checked out of the hospital, they gave me a card showing that I was scheduled for a follow-up CT in September. Recently I googled it and everything I read said that if it was calcified it was no problem, but I don't think mine was calcified. Has anyone here had this problem or know anyone who has had it? I am not really worried and definitely don't want to do a biopsy, but I just can't seem to get much relevant information. Thanks.