Definitions for "Pregnancy-induced hypertension"
Elevation of a pregnant woman's blood pressure, usually in the last trimester. Less severe than preeclampsia, which can lead to serious complications andshould be carefully monitored by a physician.
see preeclampsia.
A condition in pregnancy marked by high blood pressure; most common in the last three months of pregnancy
See Pre-eclampsia. Also known as pre-eclamptic toxaemia.