This study aimed to evaluate the diagnostic value of a quiet DWI (q-DWI) sequence in abdominal organs. Twenty-four patients underwent MR scans, including standard DWI and q-DWI. Quantitative and qualitative assessments regarding the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), contrast-to-noise ratio (CNR), lesion conspicuity, the level of artifacts, and overall image quality, were measured. The qualitative rating by two radiologists shows that there were differences in lesion conspicuity, but these were not significant. The CNR and SNR of q-DWI were significantly higher than those of regular-DWI(r-DWI). For those patients who were intolerant to noise , the q-DWI technique could be more suitable.