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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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t] value), percentage of the genome with a minimum read depth of [greater than or equal to] 1 or [greater than or equal to] 33, mean read depth, theoretical probability for a miscalled base (TPMB), and GenBank accession numbers of complete and nearly complete genomes.
Retrospective MRI classification of the total false negative MRI lesions and of those that represented significant cancer at biopsy Initial Second MRI Classification report read True miss (FN report) 10 7 Non-specific features 12 10 No feature of a focal lesion (FN MRI) 19 15 Miscalled zone 3 1 Difficult interpretation 2 2 Total (lesions): 46 35 * MRI classification Significant cancers (amber or red on UCL criteria) MRI report Second read True miss 7 4 Non-specific features 8 7 No features of a focal lesion 11 10 Miscalled zone 2 0 Difficult interpretation 2 2 Total (lesions) 30 23 * * p z 0.
What came to be miscalled the Fifth Pan-African Congress (7) opened on October 15?
in a similar vein, the Jewish apologist Josephus denounces the malice of Greek historians who misrepresent the Jews: 'having put together a few hearsay reports [they]have, with the gross impudence of drunken revelers, miscalled their productions by the name of history' (Against Apion 1,46).
Those are the ways one is released, one is liberated into living and living with some esteem and some certitude that one is deserving of better treatment, and good treatment, and is not deserving of being miscalled and mishandled and misused.
Tables 7 and 8 showed a way that the entire effect could be created by 116 miscalled pitches.
One of the things I think we miscalled was how much of the use of our products to some degree was optional.
Truth is, despite the hundreds of civilian casualties as a result of drones gone wrong and miscalled bombings, the Afghans want the foreign troops 
 to stay.
We also describe ecosystems, somewhat miscalled by biologists 'communities', which they are not--they have no mayor--but within which a large number of varieties of biological species, and physical and social species as well, interact with each other.
It is argued that while the chadari - or burqa, as the Western press miscalled it, using the Urdu denomination- has become the ultimate symbol of women's oppression for Western audiences, it is necessary to take a closer look at its multiple and often contradictory uses and to contextualise the reasons for its maintenance, despite the downfall of the Taliban regime.
Meilyr tells me that he miscalled a jump during a reconnaissance and when he arrived at the same spot at race speeds the little Fiesta did a Boeing impersonation before hitting several roadside fixtures and barrel rolling.