Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess the diagnostic accuracy of bone scintigraphy in a large multicenter cohort of patients with cardiac amyloidotic involvement and Phe64Leu transthyretin (TTR) mutation. Background: Diagnostic accuracy of bone scintigraphy for transthyretin-related cardiac amyloidosis (TTR-CA) is considered extremely high, enabling this technique to be the noninvasive diagnostic standard for TTR-CA. Nevertheless, this approach has not been systematically validated across the entire spectrum of TTR mutations. Methods: A total of 55 patients with Phe64Leu TTR mutation were retrospectively analyzed and evaluated between 1993 and 2018 at 7 specialized Italian tertiary centers. Cardiac involvement was defined as presence of an end-diastolic interventricular septum thickness ≥12 mm, without other possible causes of left ventricular hypertrophy (i.e., arterial hypertension or valvulopathies). A technetium-99m (99mTc)–diphosphonate (DPD) or 99mTc–hydroxyl-methylene-diphosphonate (HMDP) bone scintigraphy was reviewed, and visual scoring was evaluated according to Perugini's method. Results: Among 26 patients with definite cardiac involvement, 19 underwent 99mTc-DPD or 99mTc-HMDP bone scintigraphy. Of them, 17 (89.5%) patients had low or absent myocardial bone tracer uptake, whereas only 2 (10.5%) showed high-grade myocardial uptake. The sensitivity and the accuracy of bone scintigraphy in detecting TTR-CA were 10.5% and 37%, respectively. Patients with cardiac involvement and low or absent bone tracer uptake were similar to those with high-grade myocardial uptake in terms of age, sex, and electrocardiographic and echocardiographic findings. Conclusions: The sensitivity of bone scintigraphy (DPD and HMDP) in detecting TTR-CA is extremely low in patients with Phe64Leu TTR mutation, suggesting the need to assess diagnostic accuracy of bone scintigraphy to identify cardiac involvement across a wider spectrum of TTR mutations.