undercall

undercall

Underdiagnosis, underread Decison-making A noun and a verb for an error in which a benign diagnosis was rendered on a lesion that later proves malignant. See Misadventure, Overread.
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Dysplasia Diagnose Glass Digital Preferred Preferred Total Missed diagnosis 47 4 51 Grading undercall 33 0 33 Erroneous diagnosis 13 1 14 Grading overcall 8 2 10 Total 101 7 108 Table 9.
If you undercall or overcall the volume then that is difficult to manage.
We considered it an undercall when Pap showed normal, ASCUS, LG SIL, or atypical squamous cells cannot exclude HG SIL (ASC-H) in the presence of histology of CIN 2 or worse.
PAT EDDERY on Kalanisi-and don't undercall the pairing's contribution to two superb races-received a two-day ban for using his whip with excessive frequency.
Never undercall the extraordinary feat of O'Brien in bringing this very highly strung animal to the bearpit of Cheltenham for a fourth triumph.
According to Hughes et al there is a statistically greater tendency to upgrade the diagnosis of Category B slides to Category C (LSIL) or Category D (HSIL+) than there is to undercall Category C or Category D slides.
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