Perfusion was of great importance to access tumor properties. In this study, the potential correlations of perfusion parameters derived from IVIM (D*, f, and f D*) and DCE-MRI (Ktrans, Kep and Ve) for uterine cervical carcinoma (UCC) were investigated and were compared between pathological types. D* and f D* were positively correlated with Ktrans, Kep and Ve, respectively. Adenocarcinoma had higher f, Ktrans and Kep values than those of squamous cell carcinoma. Therefore, IVIM, as a non-invasive method, has potential to replace DCE-MRI to accurately access tumor perfusion properties, especially when perfusion differs among different pathological types of UCC.