A 37-year-old member asked:
Which parts of the body does mammary arteries provide blood to?
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Cardiology 36 years experience
See Below: Also known as the interior mammary artery, it provides the blood supply to the anterior chest wall and breasts.
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Cardiology 44 years experience
Many branches: It supplies the mediastinum, thymus, intercostal muscles, ribs, and teminates at the stomach. It's most important use is as a graft for coronary artery bypass surgery.
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Last updated Jun 15, 2016
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