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misdiagnosis

(1) The incorrect diagnosis of a morbid condition.
(2) A diagnostic error, as in a pathologist miscalling a benign lesion malignant or vice versa, or a radiologist missing an obvious subdural haematoma.

miscall

 Misdiagnosis, see there.
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Then at the wall, which we call, perhaps miscall, civilization, to be built by (here the mirrors flicked and flashed) orts, scraps and fragments like ourselves?
And Jan Wouters had to be ushered back to his seat after another miscall was too much for him to bear.
Tony McCoy and Mick Fitzgerald are no strangers to making the wrong choice, while Mick Kinane and Frankie Dettori often miscall Coolmore or Godolphin hotshots.
I don't get much of a chance anyway but when you miscall twice.
I don't want to miscall anyone at the club but I think you can read between the lines about the motives at play here.
Nor, when we elected them to represent us, did we expect them to mis-represent and miscall us.
I don't want to miscall anyone at the club, but I think you can read between the lines about the motives at play here.
Games and Amusement Board asked WBO for a thorough review of the fight due to 'possible miscalls of the referee [Mark Nelson] where some deductions were not made and of the judges in their judging that have caused varying opinions in their objectivity.
Acknowledging prescientific miscalls is a far cry from saying the Bible is either inerrant or total poppycock.
The Illumina sequencing platform exhibits miscalls immediately after a triplet of identical base calls, which are believed to be associated with hairpin formation at the inverted repeats, which blocks nucleotide addition.
Because of the massive attention to miscalls by the networks on election night and perhaps because of this hearing and inquiry, Mr.