Lot Syndrome | definition of Lot Syndrome by Medical dictionary
Lot’s Wife Syndrome (redirected from Lot Syndrome)
A rare condition characterised by exuberant ‘metastatic’ calcification—mineralization of soft tissues—due to
(1) Chronic hypodipsic hypernatremia—a condition with normal blood volume and renal function or
(2) Hyperparathyroidism and/or hypervitaminosis D with major bone resorption
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This tendency has been dubbed the"parking lot syndrome," because so many patients complete weeks' worth of diaries just before entering the principal investigator's office for a study visit.
* Reduce the tendency to report based on memory (the "parking lot syndrome") through automated reminders and the use of electronic date and time stamps used to monitor compliance