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the CT number setting in Hounsfield units of the midpoint of the window width, which is the gray scale of the image. A typical window level for imaging the lungs is -500; for the abdomen, 0.

window level

Abbreviation: WL
In digital imaging, including computed tomography, the center of the range of gray scale in the image.
See also: window
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