A Guide to Lizards is the first in the Exotics Series from The Royal Veterinary College. This program provides veterinarians and technicians with a comprehensive guide to the care and treatment of lizards. The CD-ROM gives clear and practical advice through the use of text, graphics,
photographs, video, and interactive case challenges. The Basics section is a structured introduction to lizard identification, anatomy, and husbandry. Building on this knowledge, Procedures and Diseases will enable users to better understand, diagnose, and treat their patients.The section on Resources provides accessible, and well-illustrated reference material as well as essential tools for veterinary practice.
Processor: Pentium P100; System Software: Windows 3.1, 3.11, 95, 98, or
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"A Guide to Lizards is easy to use, and would be a useful reference for the private
practitioner, veterinary technician, and reptile enthusiast." -- Sandra C. Wilson, DVM, MS, Animal Keepers' Forum Vol. 27, No. 2, 2000.
"Overall, I found this an excellent resource. I am delighted to find (finally) a veterinary CD-ROM that is professionaly designed and produced and user-friendly. The layout is excellent and I thoroughly recommend it to veterinarians and veterinary nurses who wish to expand their knowledge of lizards." -- Dr. B. Carmel, Australian
Veterinary Journal, Vol. 78, No. 5, May 2000
"I feel that the CD is a wise investment for the veterinary student or inexperienced clinician, and should be included in the library of every veterinary school." -- Charles J. Innis, VMD, Exotic DVM, Volume 2.5, 2000
"I strongly recommend this CD-ROM for any individual seeking to develop or review their clinical competence and knowledge of saurian medicine." -- James D. Letcher, DVM, MPVM, JAVMA, Vol 218, June 15,