Zoe Hauguel
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Arteries of the neckLeft lateral view. The structures of the neck are primarily supplied by the external carotid artery (anterior branches) and the subclavian artery.

The carotid arteries transfer to structures outside and inside the skull. The external carotid carries blood to structures outside the skull, primarily the face. The internal carotid carries blood to structures inside the skull, such as the brain.