[Recurrent Zieve's syndrome: a case report].Pol Arch Med Wewn. 2001 Apr; 105(4):317-20.PA
We report a case of recurrent Zieve's syndrome, consisting of jaundice, hemolytic anemia and hyperlipoproteinemia, initiated by alcohol abuse. The crucial feature of this syndrome, which allows differentiation with common acute alcoholic hepatitis, is the presence of hemolysis. There is no specific treatment, and restraining from alcohol consumption remains the basic prophylactic measure.