Suction curette is a surgical instrument used to remove tissue or fluids from the body during medical procedures. It consists of a hollow, cylindrical tube with a sharp, spoon-like tip on one end and a connection for a suction source on the other end. The suction curette is typically used in gynecological procedures such as dilation and curettage (D&C) to remove tissue from the uterus, or in ear, nose, and throat (ENT) procedures to remove fluids or debris from the ear or nasal passages. The sharp tip of the suction curette allows it to scrape tissue, while the suction function helps to remove the tissue or fluid from the body. The suction curette is typically disposable and is made from materials such as plastic or metal.