Which underlying CV mechanism is most often responsible for type 2 MI?

Type 2 MI should be seen as "a heterogenous group of phenotypic clusters", according to international researchers
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Tachycardia and hypertension are responsible for more than two-thirds of type 2 MI cases in patients presenting to ED with acute chest discomfort, a study shows.

Improved understanding of the cardiovascular mechanics in patients with type 2 MI should lead to better management strategies, the international researchers say.