Happy 4th to all. This past week, I was weeding thru a mound of medical reports and came across two reports that concern me. I am just noticing these now. Two years ago I had a CT scan of the chest that a doctor ordered after on goping chest pain after a stent. Today, I am readingthat this report indicates severe calcification in the lAD and RCA arteries. This is where the stents were placed. In Janaury 2007, I had another CT scan of the chest at anothe place due to something seen on a plain chest x-ray. That turned out to be nothing but also on that CT scan of the chest the radiologist noted: Extensive coronary artery calcification. I quickly googled this and not sure what to think about the seriolusness of this as I do have stents. Or is the stents pushing the calcification to the sides of the artery. Has anyone here experienced this with stents or no stents and was the utimate outcome by-pass surgery? I hate to think that I have to have another heart cath to check this out. This CT scan of the chest was not the 64 slice Fast CT angiogram test. Something more to worry about. Thanks for your input.