Inhomogeneous magnetization transfer (ihMT) effects have been readily observed in myelinated structures. The advent of low duty-cycle ihMT to increase the signal allows application of ihMT in other tissues. In this work, we explore the feasibility of applying ihMT in non-myelinated tissues such as the heart, liver, and kidneys of mice. This is achieved using a radial, ultra-short echo-time acquisition for greater motion robustness. The results demonstrate a measurable ihMT signal outside the central nervous system. Thus the microstructure of such tissues might be assessed based on the dipolar order contribution to ihMT.