Zieve

Zieve

(zēv),
Leslie, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Zieve syndrome.
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(Wisse, Zieve, & Ogilvie, 2016) Once symptoms progress, there are many diagnostic tests that can be ordered by a physician to confirm the suspected diagnosis.
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(58.) Peter Lurie & Allison Zieve, Sometimes the Silence Can Be Like the Thunder: Access to Pharmaceutical Data at the FDA, 69 LAW & CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 85, 88-89 (2006).
Consumer advocate Allison Zieve, who heads the litigation group at Public Citizen, said the delay in the regulation's issuance would hurt society.
Depression is a mood disorder where feelings of sadness, loss, anger, or frustration interfere with everyday life for weeks or longer because of chemical changes in the brain (Zieve and Merrill 2011).
Speech is produced when air from the lungs is pushed between the vocal cords, causing them to vibrate (Luc & Zieve, 2012).
He leaves his brother, Samuel Namath of Canoga Park, CA and his two sisters, Charlotte Barsky of Riverdale, NY and Shirley Zieve of San Diego; and several nieces and nephews.