Does every cloud have a silver lining?

“A small leak can sink a great ship…”

Benjamin Franklin

Mesothelial cells form a monolayer of adherent specialized pavement-like cells that line the body’s serous cavities and internal organs. Their primary function is to provide a slippery non-adherent and protective surface. Sadly certain drugs, such as those used to tame rowdy myeloid white blood cells, can have an effect on the bonding or adherence of adjacent mesothelial cells. The lining of organs can become porous and leaky. Due to these interactions, for the time being I have become a full time blogger and artist. #frustratedsurgeon #letsmakelemonade

2 thoughts on “Does every cloud have a silver lining?

  1. Jenni Jenni Goold February 26, 2023 — 9:26 am

    Hoping your leaks are plugged soon. Take care of your precious self


  2. The life of the artist can be very nourishing and I hope it helps to plug those leaks as quickly as possible 💕

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