Hello. It all depends on the nature of the cuts, but as a rule, in this case, the young person is sent to a psychiatrist, and the psychiatrist can already give a referral to a neuropsychiatric dispensary.
My friend and I were drafted into the army together. He was predicted to serve in the presidential regiment at the medical board in his hometown. Then, at the medical board at the assembly point in the regional capital, they noticed scratches on his hands from playing with a cat and did not approve of serving in the presidential regiment. But they sent him to the GRU special forces for training, maybe it was for the better.
If a psychiatrist sees them at the military medical commission in the military registration and enlistment office, then an act will be drawn up and a referral will be issued for a military psychiatric examination to a psychiatric hospital in the expert department. Most likely, the preliminary diagnosis will sound like "personality disorder".
If a doctor finds cuts in another institution, then a psychiatric consultation will be recommended. Then there will be a detailed conversation with the psychiatrist. The results of this conversation may be different (depending on the patient's mental state): just a preventive conversation, prescription of medications, referral to a mental hospital.