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Granulomatous infection refers to tuberculosis.
That means you had pulmonary tuberculosis in the past.
You should get a quantiferon test as well to confirm latent TB infection.
That needs treatment.
Trace pericardial effusion means very little fluid in the outer heart membrane --not concerning.
Calcified mediastinal lymph nodes suggest prior infection in this case tuberculosis.Best wishes,It was my pleasure to help you today.If I have answered all your questions, Please rate my response Excellent (click on the 5th star).Please bookmark my profile for fast, reliable and authentic answers!This is the link to my profile:http://www.justanswer.com/medical/expert-mysticdoc/
That means these valves are not closing fully.
This can cause some blood leaking out during heart contractions.
These are very mild problems not concerning.