But the thing is the sophisticated color management system Macs are equipped with can be quite tricky for a medical display. It offers many advantages for correct color and luminance reproduction, but can also present a risk, if set up incorrectly.
How Does Mac's Color Management Work?
Mac OS uses ICC profiles to apply a correction LUT (generally referred to as Gamma) to the desktop, but also applies 3D LUT’s inside the imaging application. Color management can not be deactivated on Mac, and a correction will always be applied both to the desktop and inside the imaging application.