Annual Skin Examination
I get an annual skin examination from a dermatologist. I've had basal cell cancer, and have fair skin and blue eyes. In other words, I am more prone to skin cancer. I just got my annual body skin check by my dermatologist. I am curious why, as part of my exam, the dermatogist did not check my oral cavity, genitals, or rectum? In fact, I've never had those areas checked by dermatologists in the past. Is this not part of a routine exam?