Open-source toolkits that have been carefully created are emerging to advance medical imaging. For the algorithmic realm of medical imaging, particularly for segmentation and registration, the Insight Toolkit (ITK) offers this. However, to be effective, medical imaging algorithms must be used in clinical settings, which necessitates additional visualization and interaction. Although the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) offers strong visualization capabilities, interactivity support is only at a low level. Toolkit for Medical Imaging Interaction (MITK). With the help of MITK, creating custom, interactive applications for medical picture processing should become substantially easier. MITK enhances these two toolkits with those capabilities that are outside the scope of both and makes it simple to combine algorithms built by ITK with visualizations created by VTK. The primary man-made source of radiation exposure is the employment of radiation in diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. In milliSieverts, the biological impact of the radiation dose received is expressed (mSv). The United Nations' most recent estimate states that 2.4 mSv/year on average come from natural sources. 1 Nearly 50% of the natural radiation in most developed nations came from medical sources, and nearly 100% of the natural radiation in the majority of wealthy nations.