Umbilical cord prolapse is an obstetric emergency occurring in 0.2-0.4 of births.
If the cord is visible at the vaginal opening after the membranes have ruptured. This should be considered in all women at high risk for cord prolapse;
Figure A: Funic Presentation
Figure B: Overt Prolapse
Figure C: Occult Prolapse
Figure D: Knees to Chest
Figure E: Exaggerated Sims Position