Vulsellum Forceps are a type of surgical instrument used for grasping and holding tissue or structures during gynecological and obstetric procedures. They consist of two prongs or jaws that are shaped like hooks, with sharp or blunt ends, and a handle that allows for easy manipulation by the surgeon. The forceps may also include a locking mechanism to securely hold the tissue or structure in place during the procedure. Vulsellum Forceps are commonly used in procedures such as dilation and curettage, hysterectomy, and delivery of babies during childbirth. They are known for their precision, strength, and ease of use, making them an essential tool for many gynecologists and obstetricians.