D. All of the above.
The procedure shown in the picture above represents breast core biopsy.
There is a very small risk of infection. In the very unlikely event that the biopsy site becomes infected, a course of antibiotics may be required.
Excessive swelling, bleeding, have fluid draining from the wound, redness or heat in the breast after the biopsy.
Doing a biopsy of tissue, especially if it is located deep within the breast, carries a slight risk that the needle (or probe) will pass through the chest wall, allowing air around the lung that could collapse a lung. This complication is a rare occurrence and is called a pneumothorax.