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It distributes blood to the muscles of the scapular and shoulder regions. The circumflex scapular artery courses around the lateral border of the scapula through the ( upper) triangular space to enter the infraspinatus fossa. The subscapular artery travels caudally, shortly after which it bifurcates to give the circumflex scapular artery and the thoracodorsal artery. The subscapular artery is the largest branch of the axillary artery.
The circumflex scapular artery, a branch of the subscapular artery, divides into a transverse branch, which supplies the scapular flap, and a descending branch, which supplies the parascapular flap ( see Fig. Medical definition of subscapular artery: an artery that is usually the largest branch of the axillary artery, that arises opposite the lower border of the subscapularis muscle, and that passes down and back to the lower part of the scapula where it forms branches and anastomoses with arteries in that region. Deep branch of the transverse cervical artery if it arises. Subscapular artery. Both of these are fasciocutaneous flaps, with arcs of rotation that allow coverage of defects of the superolateral posterior trunk, shoulder, axilla, and lateral chest wall.
The subscapular artery, the largest branch of the axillary artery, arises from the third part of the axillary artery at the lower border of the subscapularis muscle, which it follows to the inferior angle of the scapula, where it anastomoses with the lateral thoracic and intercostal arteries, and with the descending branch of the dorsal scapular artery ( a. It passes along the inferior border of the subscapularis musc. Gross anatomy The subscapular artery originates from the medial surface of the third part of the axillary artery.
The medial branch was the subscapular artery, which in turn gave three circumflex scapular arteries; one medial and two lateral branches to the scapular border, the artery then continued as thoraco- dorsal artery, with the thoracodorsal nerve and supplied the medial wall of axilla and latissimus dorsi muscle ( Soubhagya et al.