New research reveals that the flu virus can spread in aerosol droplets that are formed during normal breathing, and not just through coughing and sneezing.
In this article, we discuss the spleen. We will explain what the spleen does, the types of cells involved, and what happens when it goes wrong.
A look at Fournier's gangrene, a potentially life-threatening form of necrotizing fasciitis. Included is detail on diagnosis and the outlook.