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hypotension

noun hy·po·ten·sion \ˌhī-pō-ˈten(t)-shən\

medical : low blood pressure

Full Definition of HYPOTENSION

:  abnormally low blood pressure

Origin of HYPOTENSION

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1893
Medical Dictionary

hypotension

noun hy·po·ten·sion \ˈhī-pō-ˌten-chən\

Medical Definition of HYPOTENSION

1
:  abnormally low pressure of the blood—called also low blood pressure
2
:  abnormally low pressure of the intraocular fluid

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