Transthyretin-related amyloid cardiomyopathy (ATTR-CM) is a disease caused by the depo-sition of insoluble amyloid fibers formed by the misfolding of transthyretin precursor protein in the intercellular space of cardiomyocytes. This lesion may lead to myocardial dysfunction, cogestive heart failure, and death.When diagnosed earlier, the patient can be treated with drugs as soon as possible to intervene in the progress of the disease, so as to effectively improve the patient's prognosis.99m
-PYP)single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) has been widely used in the imaging examination of cardiac amyloidosis (CA) in recent years. While achieving early non-invasive diagnosis, accurate pathological classification can be obtained through Perugini visual score analysis, semi-quantitative analysis of heart to contralateral lung (H/CL) ratio, and SPECT image analysis. This article presents the application, methods, and the precautions of 99
-PYPSPECT in the diagnosis of ATTR-CM, aiming to provide clinical reference for the application of this technology.