Lowe's syndrome

Lowe's syndrome

Etymology: Charles U. Lowe, American pediatrician, b. 1921
a sex-linked condition in males characterized by progressive mental deterioration, renal tubular dysfunction, and cortical cataracts with or without glaucoma.

Lowe's syndrome

A rare inherited disorder that is distinguished by congenital cataracts, glaucoma, and severe mental retardation.
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Paul James, 27, who has Lowe's Syndrome, pioneered a "Patient's Passport" as part of his work with the County Durham Learning Disability Parliament.
Now he has enlisted the help of his hero Gordon Ramsay to organise a charity race night in aid of Lowe's Syndrome, the rare condition from which he suffers.
recently organised a second Lowe's Syndrome Trust Charity dinner, featuring