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Hashish-Induced Olfactory Hallucination: A Novel Finding

Jamshid Ahmadi

Background: Hashish abuse and hashish induced disorders are common in the world.

Objective: To present an interesting patient with hashish-induced olfactory hallucination.

Results: Our patient developed olfactory hallucination after hashish abuse.

Discussion: Hashish commonly induces auditory or visual hallucinations. Our case developed olfactory hallucination which may be finding rarely. Therefore this case-study represents a novel and significant information.

Conclusion: Hashish caused olfactory hallucination, so this case-study adds an innovative and important finding to the literature.