When the baby's head is visible at the vaginal opening.
The first appearance of a baby's scalp during the birth process.
The phase at the end of labor when the infant's head becomes visible at the vaginal opening.
Appearance of the top of the baby's head at the vaginal opening.
When the presenting part of the baby is revealed at the opening of the vagina.
During labour, when the baby's head can be seen at the opening of the vagina, it is said to "crown".
The term given to the moment when a baby's head first appears in the vagina during delivery, and does not slip back in.
The appearance of a baby's head at the vaginal opening during labor.
During labor when the babyâ€(tm)s head has reached the external vaginal opening and can be seen from the outside.
The baby's head is visible as mom pushes. Crowning usually denotes that the head is still visible even in between pushes.
the time during delivery when the babyâ€™s head is pushing through the vagina and is beginning to be seen at the vulva. Also known as +3 station.
The appearance of the baby's head during labor.
The point in labor when the head of the baby can be seen at the vagina.
the point during labor when the baby's head can be seen at the vaginal orifice.