The breast receives its blood supply from all of the following EXCEPT:a. Branches of the internal mammary artery
The breast receives its principal blood supply from:
The second, third, and fourth anterior intercostal perforators and branches of the internal mammary artery arborize in the breast as the medial mammary arteries. The lateral thoracic artery gives off branches to the serratus anterior, pectoralis major and pectoralis minor, and subscapularis muscles. It also gives rise to lateral mammary branches.