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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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.