The abbreviation HS stands for “main stem”. The main stem is a blood vessel on the heart. He supplies the heart with oxygen and nutrients.
The blood vessels that supply the heart with oxygen are called “coronary vessels”. A distinction is made between a right coronary vessel and a left coronary vessel. The left coronary artery has a short initial section without branches. This is the “main trunk”. The main stem divides into two larger blood vessels. Together with the right coronary artery, these two blood vessels form the three most important coronary arteries.
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