Zieve syndrome

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Zieve syn·drome

(zēv),
transient jaundice, hemolytic anemia, and hyperlipemia associated with acute alcoholism in patients with cirrhosis or a fatty liver.

Zieve syn·drome

(zēv),
transient jaundice, hemolytic anemia, and hyperlipemia associated with acute alcoholism in patients with cirrhosis or a fatty liver.
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Zieve syndrome

(zēv)
[Leslie Zieve, U.S. physician, b. 1915]
Hyperlipidemia, jaundice, hemolytic anemia, and abdominal pain following the intake of a large amount of alcoholic beverages.
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Zieve,

Leslie, U.S. physician, 1915–.
Zieve syndrome - transient jaundice, hemolytic anemia, and hyperlipemia associated with acute alcoholism in patients with cirrhosis or a fatty liver.
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