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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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Replays were shown in the stadium, but couldn't be used to overturn miscalls - probably costing L.
Rosenstiel said he doubts whether there's enough commitment by the networks to spend the money necessary to reinforce their news organizations to try to prevent a repeat of the election 2000 miscalls.
Miscalls did not favor one film-speed/collimator combination over another.
If we started making up for miscalls, we'd begin to question our judgment.
Pacquiao backed the request of the Games and Amusement Board (GAB) to the World Boxing Organization (WBO) to thoroughly look into the possible miscalls of the referee and the errors made by the judges in the fight.
In five independent trials comprising 152 observations, no miscalls were observed.
Nevertheless, critics routinely make errors in judgment, and I am sure I am not the only movie writer who flipped furiously through ``The Critics Were Wrong'' to see if any of my more blatant miscalls were included.
On all the networks, there have been enough speed-induced miscalls to last a lifetime, the irony being that all of this knee-jerk TV guessing may be playing right into the hands of the Pentagon.
While we respect the decision, we are constrained to request for a thorough review by the WBO for possible miscalls of the referee where some deductions were not made and of the judges in their judging that have caused varying opinions on their objectivity,' the GAB said in its letter.