Online-only Exclusives

JCAD’s mission has always been to provide the latest high-quality clinical information on which you, our readers, rely to continually improve the care of your patients. To help us meet this objective and in response to JCAD’s ever-increasing number of submissions, we’re pleased to introduce the JCAD “Online-only Exclusives” department, which can be accessed here on the website; through the journal’s eEdition, the digital replica of each month’s printed edition; and via the journal’s indexing services (e.g., Pubmed Central).  We are offering this online-only option as an alternative to JCAD’s standard all-inclusive publication package. Articles published via the online-only option will be indexed similar to articles published in print. The fee for being being included in the journal’s Online-only Exclusives rapid publication department is $500.00. If you have any questions about our Online-only Exclusives publication option, please email the executive editor, Elizabeth Klumpp (eklumpp@matrixmedcom.com).


September 2019

Patient Preferences and Comparative Outcomes Regarding Cryosurgery versus Electrodesiccation in the Removal of Truncal Seborrheic Keratoses
by Elizabeth Ethington, MD; Andia Mitri, BS; David Surprenant, MD; Michael Murphy, BS; Rebecca Rovner, MD; Jeave Reserva, MD; James Swan, MD; William Adams, PhD; Rebecca Tung, MD; and Kristin Lee, MD

Novel Tretinoin 0.05% Lotion for the Once-daily Treatment of Moderate-to-severe Acne Vulgaris in a Preadolescent and Adolescent Population
by Sharleen St. Surin-Lord, MD; Todd E. Schlesinger, MD, FAAD; and Eric Guenin, PharmD, PhD, MPH

August 2019

The Safe and Efficacious Use of Secretome From Fibroblasts and Adipose-derived (but not Bone Marrow-derived) Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Skin Therapeutics
by Greg Maguire, PhD

Education in Cosmetic Procedural Dermatology: Resident Experiences and Perceptions
by Colton B. Nielson, MD; Jennifer N. Harb, MD; and Kiran Motaparthi, MD

Tranexamic Acid for Melasma: Evaluating the Various Formulations
by Jordan V. Wang, MD, MBE, MBA; Nikita Jhawar, BS; and Nazanin Saedi, MD

July 2019 

Efficacy of an Antiaging Treatment Against Environmental Factors: Deschampsia antarctica Extract and High-tolerance Retinoids Combination
by Azahara Pérez Davó, PhD, MSc; Maria Teresa Truchuelo, MD, PhD; Maria Vitale, MD; and J. Gonzalez-Castro, MD

June 2019 

Vascular Complications after Facial Filler Injection: A Literature Review and Meta-analysis
by Giuseppe Sito, MD, PhD; Veronica Manzoni, MD; and Raffaella Sommariva, MD

May 2019

Fluorescent Light Energy: The Future for Treating Inflammatory Skin Conditions?
by Deirdre Edge, PhD; Maiken Mellergaard, PhD; Carsten Dam-Hansen, PhD; Dennis Dan Corell, MSc; Joanna Jaworska, PhD; Giovanni Scapagnini, PhD; and Michael Canova Engelbrecht Nielsen, PhD

April 2019

Retrospective Analysis of the Efficacy of 10,600nm Carbon Dioxide Laser Ablation for Small Congenital Melanocytic Nevi in Adults
by Jagdish Sakhiya, MD; Dhruv Sakhiya, MBBS; Ashish Dedakiya, MB, DDV; Rachiswayata Gupta, MD; Ravi Khambhati, MBBS, DVD; Pratik Sidhhpura, MD, VD; Feral Daruwala, M. Pharm; and Nimish Dudhatra, Msc

February 2019

Vitamin C Prevents Ultraviolet-induced Pigmentation in Healthy Volunteers: Bayesian Meta-analysis Results from 31 Randomized Controlled versus Vehicle Clinical Studies
by Romain de Dormael, PharmD;* Philippe Bastien, PhD;* Peggy Sextius, PhD; Audrey Gueniche, PharmD; Daniel Ye, PhD; Christian Tran, PharmD; Véronique Chevalier, MSc; Charles Gomes, PhD; Luc Souverain, MSc; and Caroline Tricaud, PhD

Aesthetic Complications Guidelines
The Aesthetic Complications Expert (ACE) Group, which has developed evidence-based, peer reviewed guidelines to cover the majority of complications that can occur in nonsurgical aesthetic practice. The objective of this new series is to help dermatologists and other physicians performing aesthetic procedures identify and manage complications.

• There are currently 14 Aesthetic Complication Guidelines and every guideline has been produced after a vast literature review by leading experts in the United Kingdom.
• We hope these guidelines will help raise standards within the industry and ensure early diagnosis, appropriate management, and improved outcomes for patients who suffer from complications.
• Visit www.JCADonline.com to download the guidelines. For reprints, please contact info@matrixmedcom.com.

Management of Necrosis
Martyn King, MD

The Use of Hyaluronidase in Aesthetic Practice
Martyn King, MD, Cormac Convery, MD, and Emma Davies, RN, NIP

Visual Loss Secondary to Cosmetic Filler Injection
Lee Walker, MD and Martyn King, MD

ACE Emergency Kit v1.2
Martyn King, MD

Microsclerotherapy Complications
Stephen Tristram, MD

Managing Expectations Associated with Cosmetic Interventions
Sam J Robson, MB, ChB, MRCGP

Management of Sharps Injuries or Splash Incidents
Sharon King, RN, NIP

Anaphylaxis
Emma Davies RN, NIP

The Management of Bruising following Nonsurgical Cosmetic Treatment
Martyn King, MD

Management of Acute Skin Infections
Emma Davies RN, NIP, and Martyn King, MD

Management of Edema
Martyn King, MD

Prophylaxis and Treatment of Herpetic Infections
Martyn King, MD

Management of Ptosis
Martyn King, MD

Blindness After Facial Injection
Askari Townshend, MD

Management of Delayed Onset Nodules
Martyn King, MD; Stephen Bassett, MD; Emma Davies, RN, NIP; Sharon King, RN, NIP

Management of Tyndall Effect
Martyn King, MD