Lowe Syndrome: Characterized by hydrophthalmia, congenital
cataract, glaucoma, mental retardation, vitamin D-resistant rickets, and
aminoaciduria. It affects only males with fair complexion.
Hyperextensibility of the joints, hypotonic (floppy) muscles, and absence of
muscle reflex are classic features. Other clinical features include bowed
legs, hypogonadism, excess fatty tissue, and wide-ranging weight