misposition

misposition

(ˌmɪspəˈzɪʃən)
n
a wrong position
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We believe that the technique of microcatheter positioning of the coronary artery can elevate the veracity of valve implantation and reduce the complication of misposition of valve stent, which would provide a solution to valved stent position during TAVI procedure in patients with noncalcified AR.
FROM THE PERSHORE COMPANY, ICS Systems Ltd., comes the concept of a plating/surface finishing plant transporter that does not "lose its way" and misposition itself due to the inability to locate with sufficient precision.
Positioning errors were further subdivided into "misposition of the patient" and "distortion." Technique, the most subjective area of film critique, was further specified as "excessive" (too dark) or "insufficient" (too light).
If you misposition the fabric, lift and lay it down again.