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Prof. Murat Binbay, M.D.

Urology Specialist & Robotic Surgeon

Robotic Surgery In Urological Cancer Treatments

Urological diseases using robotic surgery
- Prostate
- Kidney diseases
- Diseases related to bladder
- Diseases of the ureter channel after kidney

Prof. Murat Binbay

Welcome to my website…
Current medical practice has dramatically changed as a result of technological and scientific improvements in medicine. Moreover, treatments are now designed considering patients’ individual properties.
Primarily, considering ethical issues; through the light of science, my team is ready to prepare customized treatments for your disease.
During the treatment period, you and your family will have opportunity to taste delicious Turkish foods and to breathe magic Bosporus air.
Based on my high volume surgical and clinical experience, I offer you to have solutions for your disease with robotic and laparoscopic surgery. To get information about my expertise in urology, please contact us. Looking forward to meet you in Istanbul.
I hope you get well soon...


Urological Cancers

Prof. Murat Binbay shares useful information on prostate cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer and testicular cancer.

Robotic Surgery

Operations that can be performed by laporoscopy can be performed in a closed operation and less bleeding operations are called by robotic surgery operations.

It is generally used in cardiovascular surgeries, gallbladder surgeries, urological surgeries and patients are operated with less tissue damage and bleeding..



Robotic surgery is performed by the surgeon who simulates the maneuverability of the human hand and the robot can rotate around its axis by 540 degrees. The robots used in this surgery have 7 different degrees of mobility and are used in the operation in such a way that they do not damage the surrounding tissues.


Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are the solid masses formed by the precipitation and hardening of the minerals thrown with your urine. Kidney stones can be quite variable in size.

Kidney stone formation has many causes and can affect any part of your urethra from the kidneys to your bladder. Most often, by concentrating the urine, it occurs as a result of the crystallization and adherence of the minerals.


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