A couple days ago I gashed my wrist on the end of a sheet metal siding panel, falling in snow. Was lucky and didn't hit any tendons or blood vessels, so no major damage, just some lingering numbness that I hope will pass.
While cleaning it up I needed to remove a small flap of skin/flesh, and found the angle and position extremely awkward for a scalpel. I wished I had a pair of small, extremely sharp scissor or wire-cutters. Probably the blade would be well under an inch long.
But, so far my searching is turning up nothing close. I bet these not only exist but have a specific name that someone with a medical background will know. Anyone?
I needed something very similar to what you are looking for to snip off some young animals' very small body parts that didn't belong. Regular scissors, even haircutting scissors, were too large and the blade too thick. So I went to a sewing store and found embroidery scissors! They are incredibly sharp, have a small, thin and slim blade, and were wonderfully precise for cutting very specific, very small pieces of body parts off. And because they were so sharp and thin, there was hardly bleeding.