Figure 1. Aggregometry results. (A and B) adenosine diphosphate (ADP); (A) is control and (B) is patient’s sample. Traces 1, 2 and 3 represent high, medium and low concentrations of ADP respectively. Graph (B) shows aggregation with ADP. (C) Arachidonic acid (AA); Trace 1 is control and Trace 2 is patient’s  sample. There was no aggregation with AA. (D and E) Collagen (Col); (D) is control and (E) is patient’s  sample. Traces 1 and 2 represent high and low concentrations of Col. (E) shows aggregation with Col. (F and G) epinephrine (EPI); (F) is control and (G) is the patient’s sample. Traces 1, 2 and 3 represent high, medium and low concentration of EPI. (G) shows aggregation with EPI. (H and I) ristocetin; (H) is control and (I) is patient’s sample. Traces 1, 2 and 3 represent high, medium and low concentrations of ristocetin respectively. (I) shows aggregation with ristocetin.