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English to Arabic: An Overview of Parkinson's Disease General field: Medical
Source text - English The progression of Parkinson's disease and the degree of impairment vary from person to person. Many people with Parkinson's disease live long productive lives, whereas others become disabled much more quickly. Complications of Parkinson’s such as falling-related injuries or pneumonia can cause premature death. However, studies of patent populations with and without Parkinson’s disease suggest the life expectancy for people with the disease is about the same as the general population.
Translation - Arabic إن تقدم مرض الشلل الرعاش و نسبة التلف تختلف من شخص لشخص. مع إن العديد من الأشخاص المصابين بمرض الشلل الرعاش يعيشون حياة طويلة منتجة، لكن آخرون يصابون بالإعاقة بشكل أسرع. مضاعفات مرض الشلل الرعاش مثل الإصابات المتعلقة بالوقوع و الإلتهاب الرئوى ممكن أن تؤدى للوفاة المبكرة. و لكن الدراسات على مجموعات من الأشخاص المصابين و غير المصابين بالمرض تقترح أن متوسط العمر المتوقع للأشخاص المصابين هو نفس متوسط الأعمار لبقية السكان.
Years of translation experience: 1. Registered at ProZ.com: Apr 2018.
Hello, I am Mariam Khalil. I'm a full-time dentist with a great knowledge and love for other languages. I studied both English and Arabic simultaneously in school. Although my native language is Arabic, I have been learning English ever since I could speak. Also most of what I studied in college was in the English language due to the fact that I entered a medical school and the curriculum and all the medical terms had to be in English. I'm proud to say that I most excel in translating medical/ dental terminology, but I'm also interested in accepting other jobs as I love reading and gaining knowledge in many areas of life. I may sum up by saying: I'm a book lover, adventurer always searching for new opportunities to expand my vision. Thank you for taking the time to read my bio.