Evaluation of the reliability of the Cutaneous Dermatomyositis Disease Area and Severity Index and the Cutaneous Assessment Tool–Binary Method in juvenile dermatomyositis among paediatric dermatologists, rheumatologists and neurologists

J. Tiao, R. Feng, E. M. Berger, J. F. Brandsema, C. C. Coughlin, N. Khan, E. A. Kichula, M. A. Lerman, S. Lvovich, P. J. McMahon, L. G. Rider, A. I. Rubin, L. V. Scalzi, D. M. Smith, A. J. Taxter, J. R. Treat, R. P. Williams, S. W. Yum, J. Okawa, V. P. Werth

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