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Aradhana Gupta
DVM, MVSc, Diplomate ACVP
Instructor in Clinical Pathology
Phone: (785) 532-0891
Email: agupta@vet.k-state.edu

Service
I work in collaboration with other clinical pathologists and medical technologists to provide quality diagnostic and clinical laboratory services to clinicians within the College of Veterinary Medicine and for practicing veterinarians. I am deeply involved in training clinical pathology residents for the American College of Veterinary Pathologists certification examination.

Research
My research involves the determination of reference intervals for the clinical pathology laboratory assays for various species; dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and alpacas.

Selected publications
Gupta A, Garber J, Fowlkes N, Rademacher N, Shiomitsu K, Evans D, Gaunt SD (2011). What is your diagnosis? Abdominal fluid from a dog with eosinophilia. Veterinary Clinical Pathology (In Press).

Gaharan S, Gupta A, Brugmann B, Beaufrère H (2012). What is your diagnosis? Toenail shedding due to paraneoplastic hyperviscosity syndrome caused by chronic lymphocytic leukemia in a European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Journal of Avian Medicine & Surgery (In Press).

Gupta A, Bhaskaran M, Storey E, Carter R, Wakamatsu N, Gaunt SD (2012). What is your diagnosis? Fine-needle aspirate from a third eyelid mass in a paint horse. Veterinary Clinical Pathology (In Press).

Gupta A, McBride A, Holder K, Heggem B, Royal A, Wakamatsu N (2012). Pathology in Practice “Mycobacterium xenopi induced pneumonia, enteritis, and lymphadenitis in a ferret”. Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association (In Press).

Gupta A, Gaunt SD (2012). Flames, rings, veils, and eggs...different faces of cytoplasm. Laboratory Medicine: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. Veterinary Clinical Pathology (In Press).

Gupta A, Mack E, Royal A, Gaunt S (2011). Cloud watching in Clinical pathology: ADVIA cytograms. Laboratory Medicine: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 40: 4, 407-408.

Gupta A, Tully TN, Beaufrère H, Schnellbacher R, Nevarez J, Sirninger JR (2011). What is your diagnosis? Bone marrow aspirate from a hyacinth macaw (Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus). Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 40: 4, 565-566.

Gupta A, Stroup S, Dedeaux A, Bauer RW, Gaunt SD (2011). What is your diagnosis? Fine-needle aspirate from ulcerative skin lesions from a dog. Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 40: 3, 401-402.

Gupta A, Banajee K, Royal A, Gaunt S (2011). Guessing game: 1x ‘diagnoses’. Laboratory Medicine: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 40: 1, 1-2.

Gupta A, Gumber S, Bauer R, Royal A (2011). What is your diagnosis? Cerebrospinal fluid from a dog. Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 40: 1, 105-106.

Gupta A, Gumber S, Schnellbacher R, Bauer R, Gaunt S (2010). Malignant B-cell lymphoma with Mott cell differentiation in a ferret. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 22: 469-473.