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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of misdiagnose.

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Examples

  • You led the study that found 41 percent of all coma patients are misdiagnosed, which is terrifying.

    CNN Transcript Nov 23, 2009

  • And if this child was technically "misdiagnosed" with DSM-IV autism by Dr Zimmerman, how does he feel about HHS doctors issuing a second opinion re-diagnosis of his patient, whom they presumably had neither met nor examined?

    David Kirby: Government Concedes Vaccine-Autism Case in Federal Court - Now What?

  • I've read some things that suggest sensory perception problems are often "misdiagnosed" as ADD/ADHD, and what should be treated by things like Sound Therapy and other more hands on, experiental techniques, and methods of

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • My daughter, after experiencing abdominal pain and being "misdiagnosed" by a private clinic and hospital, ended up in a provincial hospital casualty ward at midnight.

    News24 Top Stories

  • And if this child was technically "misdiagnosed" with DSM-IV autism by Dr Zimmerman, how does he feel about HHS doctors issuing a second opinion re-diagnosis of his patient, whom they presumably had neither met nor examined?

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • He very calmly told me that the pain that had been misdiagnosed for months turned out to be pancreatic cancer.

    Dana Delany: Standing Up for My Father

  • He very calmly told me that the pain that had been misdiagnosed for months turned out to be pancreatic cancer.

    Dana Delany: Standing Up for My Father

  • He very calmly told me that the pain that had been misdiagnosed for months turned out to be pancreatic cancer.

    Dana Delany: Standing Up for My Father

  • It is becoming clearer by the day that too many of Europe's banking crises were initially misdiagnosed as liquidity, rather than solvency, problems.

    Iceland Comes In From the Cold

  • It is becoming clearer by the day that too many of Europe's banking crises were initially misdiagnosed as liquidity, rather than solvency, problems.

    Iceland's Banks Come in From the Cold

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