Photograph the counter and then get crime scene specialists to photograph the rest! If you have blood spatter behind your counter, maybe Photography is not your primary issue.
Your heart pumps blood by contracting and releasing. That is the beat you feel. As it contracts, it pushes blood through the heart and valves close behind it then the heart releases and it fills with more blood.
Veins and arteries are located next to each other due to an evolutionary phenomena known as counter-current heat exchange. Your body tries to maintain an optimum temperature of 37oC, and since the body's core (chest area) delivers the blood to the extremeties, that blood may risk coming back cold. And if the blood happens to come back to the heart colder, that would not be achieving homeostasis. Your body is made to fight entropy. So what evolution decided is to put veins and arteries together so that heat exchange can happen through arteries and veins going to opposite directions. Arteries pump blood away from the heart and veins bring blood back to the heart, since they are going in opposite directions, they can exchange heat making the veins carry back some heat back to the heart, thus the naming "counter current heat exchange".
No it passes behind it. Only the oesophagus and vena cava pass through it, this is because they use the muscle qualities of the diaphragm as a sphincter and to aid blood and lymphatic return.
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Arteries are used to carry blood away from the heart and toward the tissues. Arterioles are smaller subdivisions of the arteries that carry blood into the capillaries. Capillaries are tiny thin-walled vessels, that allow for exchange between systems. As blood circulates through the capillaries in the tissues, water and dissolved substances are constantly being exchanged between the blood and interstitial fluids. There is always a slight excess of fluid and some proteins left behind in the tissues. This is where the Lymphatic system comes into the picture. The vessels are used as a second drainage pathway. The lymphatic capillaries pick up the excess fluid and protein left behind in the tissues. The capillaries then drain into larger vessels, which eventually return these materials back to the venous system near the heart. Layman's terms: Arteries carry blood and Lymphatic system just carries lymph.
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Blood Spatter - 2011 is rated/received certificates of: USA:R (Violence)
Forward spatter is the blood that is ejected out of the exit wound, going the same direction as the bullet. Back spatter is the blood ejected out of the entry wound, traveling against the line of fire and towards the shooter.
Dead Reckoning - 2002 Blood Spatter was released on: USA: 2002
Blood Spatter - 2011 was released on: USA: 22 October 2011 (Long Beach Art Theatre)
Dexter Blood Spatter 101 - 2006 was released on: USA: 11 December 2006
Forensic Firsts - 2012 Blood Spatter 2-4 was released on: USA: May 2013
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Low Velocity Impact Spatter (LVIS) -- A bloodstain pattern that is caused by a low velocity impact/force to a blood source. Medium Velocity Impact Spatter (MVIS) -- A bloodstain pattern caused by a medium velocity impact/force to a blood source.
As the body undergoes decomposition and larvae is hatched or mature flies migrate into the place of death, flying insects will land on the body of the decedent to feed. If the decedent has any wounds or is covered in blood, the insects that landed on the corpse or s blood pool nearby will fly elsewhere in the crime scenes (a.k.a walls or windows) and leave what appears to be high velocity blood spatter which in reality is only "insect" spatter. This merely gives the illusion of blood spatter released from a persons body which is untrue. This misinterpretation could lead to a misread blood spatter analysis which is why only certain experts are hired to cover the issue in crime scene investigation.
That would be a forensic scientist.