SFMS provides the following forensic medical examinations and expertise:

1. Of the deceased persons:
  • Determination of the cause and time of death,  injuries, injury-making mechanism, manner and time;
  • Determination of the level of health impairment;
  • Determination of the age of the deceased, etc.    
2. Of the living persons:
  • Determination of injuries, injury-making mechanism, manner and time;
  • Determination of the health impairment scale;
  • Examination and expertise of the sexual status - rape, abuse, sex, previous pregnancies, previous birth abortion;
  • Determination of age, the general incapacity for work, health status, etc.
3. Deontological:
  • Determination of diagnosis, assessment of the medical treatment tactics, etc.
4. Toxicological:
  • Determination of ethyl alcohol in blood, urine and other biological samples;
  • Determination of alcohol surrogates and other volatile poisons (methyl, propyl, butyl and amylin alcohols, acetone, ethylene glycol, etc.) in biological samples;
  • Determination of drugs and psychotropic substances in biological samples;
  • Determination of medicinal substances in biological samples;
  • Determination of acids, alkalis, organic phosphorus compounds and other chemical agents in biological samples of the deceased;
  • Determination of carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin in the blood of the deceased persons.
5. Serological:
  • Determination of blood, sperm, saliva, sweat;
  • Blood type dependence;
  • Blood group dependence;
  • Morphological examination of hair. 
6. Cytological:
  •  Regional dependence of cells;
  • Gender dependence of cells. 
7. DNA:
  • Blood, secretions, hair, tissue identity (coincidence of the examined object’s DNA structure with DNA structures of specific individuals, and the examined object dependency to the identifiable person);
  • Disputed paternity, maternity, children's substitution, family connection. 
8. Osteological:
  • Determination of gender, biological age, body length, and the other group and individual identification characteristics in skeletons, bone residues affected by high temperature or highly active substances;
  • Determination of the time of the bones staying in the ground;
  • Personal indentification by skull by the video matching method;
  • Determination of the individual‘s biological age by visual material. 
9. Medical criminalistics:
  • Determination of injuries and the injury-making mechanism in objects provided for the examination;
  • Determination of the injuring tool group dependency, the tool identification by injuries in the provided objects;
  • Examination of the gunshot injuries – determination of the bullet entrance and exit wounds (holes), the projectile diameter, projectile type, presence of additional shooting factors or determining traces of their affect, determination of the shooting distnace.
10. Trasological:
  • Examination of mechanical damage on the victim's clothing or other items by determining the damage-making mechanism, group type of the tool and identifying the tool;
  • Determination the manner of the blood traces formation.   
11. Determination of metal concentration in biological objects.
12. Determination of plankton diatomies in biological objects and  the water from the water pool.
13. Determination of the quantity of glucose in the decesed person‘s blood plasma. 
14. Determination of the quantity of glycogen in biological objects.
15. Histological:
  • Determination of the microscopic structure of biological objects and their dependancy to a specific organ;
  • Determination of compulsive changes, injury time and nature of the injury;
  • Determination of characteristics, indicating the period of changes, by using special staining techniques.