Lowe oculocerebrorenal syndrome: A rare inherited metabolic disorder characterized primarily by eye and bone abnormalities, mental retardation and kidney problems.
* Mental retardation * Hypotonia * Hyperactivity * Choreoathetoid movements * Screaming * Blindness * Feeding difficulty * Failure to thrive * Blond hair * Chubby during younger years * Emaciation * Excess phosphates in urine * Absence of reflexes * Severely reduced reflexes * Cataracts * Congenital glaucoma * Joint hypermobility * Undescended testes * Kidney tubule dilatation * Metabolic acidosis * Excess organic acids in urine * Excess amino acids in urine * Excess protein in urine * Hydrophthalmos * Epicanthal folds * Flabby muscles * Joint hypermobility * Rickets * Underdeveloped testes * Excess fatty tissue
* Bladder & Urinary Health: Home Testing: o Home Bladder Tests o Home Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Tests o Home Cystitis Tests o Home Kidney Tests o Home Urine Protein Tests (Kidney Function) o Home Prostate Cancer Tests * Kidney Health: Home Testing: o Home Microalbumin Tests (Kidney) o Home Urine Protein Tests (Kidney) o Home Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Tests
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* In absence of red flag symptoms, return to activity as soon as possible; rest has not been shown to improve recovery * Acetaminophen, NSAIDs, opioids, and/or muscle relaxants for pain; epidural corticosteroid injections may be indicated for resistant pain * Patient education (weight loss, exercise, proper back biomechanics and ergonomics) * Physical therapy, including pain relief modalities (ice, heat, ultrasound), stretching, strengthening, aerobic conditioning, and relaxation therapy * Surgery may be indicated for refractory disease, large neurologic deficits, unbearable pain, or significant limitations