Note any surgical scars, tattoos or other marks. These may be useful for identification in aircraft accidents.
-- From TP13312 Section 1
I ran across this gem in a manual instructing doctors who conduct qualifying medical examinations on pilots. Every year I submit myself to a medical examination designed to determine if there is any reason to believe that I might become medically incapacitated in flight. They keep stamping and initialing my form, so far. I've noticed the doctors asking 'friendly' questions about my job and home life, designed to ferret out sources of stress or mental imbalance. I've passed several different forms of hearing tests, including the one when I was supposed to answer a question whispered by a doctor with a difficult accent who was holding a sheet of paper over his mouth so I couldn't lipread. But I've never noticed a CAME inventorying my scars, tattoos and blemishes for some master database designed for disentangling my remains from my crewmates'. Lovely thought.