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A 62-year-old woman with hypertension, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis presents to an outpatient clinic for follow-up. A recent abdominal CT obtained during a work-up for abdominal pain and bloody diarrhea revealed diverticulitis and a cystic renal lesion. The cyst was described as contrast-enhancing and 4 cm in diameter, with a 1-cm solid component visible in the center of the lesion. The cyst wall was 3-4 mm thick.
What is the proper management of this renal cyst?
A. Cisplatin-based chemotherapy
B. Follow-up CT scan in 6 months
C. Renal biopsy
D. Renal MRI
E. Surgical excision
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