A most interesting and important condition in which hypotension occurs is pulmonary tuberculosis.
Continuation of hypotension seems never to accompany improvement.
In pleurisy with effusion and in pericarditis with effusion there is hypotension.
These cases are not necessarily associated with hypertension; on the contrary there is more apt to be hypotension.
There are some persons who have hypotension, a blood pressure much below the normal.
Recovery from hypotension accompanies arrest or improvement.
hypotension hy·po·ten·sion (hī'pə-těn'shən)
Abnormally low arterial blood pressure. Also called hypopiesis.
Reduced pressure or tension of any kind, as of the intraocular or cerebrospinal fluids.