galvanization (twenty cells Daniell), from the anterior tibial region to the spine was found invariably to cut short the pain.
The Papacy is now a corpse beyond all power of galvanization.
He was ordered two weeks' rest in bed, with massage, cool sponging daily, and galvanization of the areas of neuralgia.
galvanization or faradization of the affected parts may also be employed, and with, occasionally, beneficial effect.
galvanization of the bladder with an intravesical electrode is sometimes of service to strengthen its capacity for contraction.
galvanization from supra-orbital foramen to nape stopped the pain in five minutes.
On the other hand, he reports that intercostal neuralgia has never been materially benefited by galvanization in his hands.
galvanization of the brain is a remedy chiefly employed in true migraine, and is certainly very effective in that disease.
Even more ticklish than the galvanization of the cerebral mass is galvanization of the sympathetic.
1802, from French galvaniser, from galvanisme (see galvanism). Figurative sense of "excite, stimulate (as if by electricity)" first recorded 1853. Meaning "to coat with metal by means of galvanic electricity" (especially to plate iron with tin, but now typically to plate it with zinc) is from 1839.
He'll swear that in her dancing she cuts all others out,Related: Galvanized; galvanizing.
Though like a Gal that's galvanized, she throws her legs about.
[Thomas Hood, "Love has not Eyes," 1845]