Man jailed for life over 'sadistic' 23-day torture of Brisbane woman

A Brisbane man has been jailed for life for the 'sadistic' torture of a 22-year-old woman in a Bulimba unit for several weeks in 2017.

Man jailed for life over 'sadistic' 23-day torture of Brisbane woman

A Brisbane man has been jailed for life for the 'sadistic' torture of a 22-year-old woman in a Bulimba unit for several weeks in 2017.

Nicholas John Crilley's vicious attacks left the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, so severely injured, paramedics initially thought she was dead.

The 34-year-old was convicted in the Brisbane District Court of 56 offences after a depraved 23-day assault on the woman in June 2017.

These included supplying a dangerous drug, rape, sexual assault, grievous bodily harm, serious assault, deprivation of liberty and torture.

The woman suffered burns to 46 per cent of her body, multiple broken bones, internal injuries and deep lacerations.

Some of her wounds were severely infected and infested with maggots.

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Scientists identify five skin conditions linked to coronavirus

Dermatologists in Spain have linked five unique skin conditions to the potentially deadly coronavirus.

Scientists identify five skin conditions linked to coronavirus

Dermatologists in Spain have linked five unique skin conditions to the potentially deadly coronavirus.

Researchers found the different skin conditions appeared in patients that had either contracted COVID-19 or those suspected of having the virus.

The results have given new information about how coronavirus might be displayed in the form of skin symptoms, reports.

Scientists from the Spanish Academy of Dermatology examined tests on 375 patients in Spain and have since published their findings in the .

In 19 per cent of cases, chilblain-like symptoms were present and described as "acral areas of erythema-edema with some vesicles or pustules".

They were found on hands and feet, showing up as red or purple spots caused by bleeding under the skin.

It was found on younger COVID-19 patients suffering milder forms of the virus.

Another skin condition identified in the study were "vesicular eruptions" seen in 9 per cent of cases.

They are described as small, itchy blisters found on the trunk of the body and filling with blood, present in middle-aged patients.

"Urticarial lesions" were identified in 19 per cent of COVID-19 patients, likened to a nettle rash with pink or white raised areas of the skin.

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Small, flat and raised red bumps called "other maculopapules" were seen in 47 per cent of cases around hair follicles and compared to the common skin condition of pityriasis rosea.

The final skin condition identified from the research was called Livedo or necrosis, and was seen in just 6 per cent of cases.

They were caused by the impairment of circulation in the blood vessels of the skin and led to patients experiencing a blotchy red or blue appearance.

There have been more than 3 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 with more than 217,000 deaths.

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