Quantitative T1rho imaging is reported a promising non-invasive diagnostic tool for detection of liver fibrosis at its early stage. T1rho relaxation is often estimated by a mono-exponential relaxation model. However, bi-exponential relaxation may occur due to compartmentation of the liver tissue. Bi-exponential T1rho relaxation has been reported in rat muscle and human knee cartilage. In this work, we provided our observation and analysis of bi-exponential T1rho relaxation of in vivo human liver.