The operations among people with TS. diabetes mellitus is also no different from the average . An accompanying obesity and the greatness of the laminektomii defined as factors contributing to the worst treatment PS [50, 89]. It has been observed that the results of surgical decompression in PS somewhat better among male patients, the same lower risk of developing spondilolisteza [71, 76]. J. C. Ganz  notes that good predictor (posturalny factor is a pain. Having it increases the likelihood of recourse neurological symptoms after the operation to 96%. Early intervention with PS primarily addresses factor mechanical compression, and to a lesser extent influences ischemic factor. This may explain the fact. better outcomes after surgery decompression spinal canal noted in patients with a complete or nearly complete mielograficheskogo unit at MR-tomogrammah or mielogrammah [48, 49]. Certain prognostic data can be obtained in the analysis of the SSVP . A. J. Caputy and A. J. Luessenhop  note that 27% of patients with PS over the five-year period of observation after the operation there is renewed symptomatic stenosis. In 30% of cases this is due to restenozom the operation and in 30% stenoses observation is at another level. According to other statistics, recurrence of disease in the next 10 years after the operation are from 6 to 28% of cases, the side of women . Guigui P. et al.  consider The main reason for the adverse effects of treatment is the lack of radicalism (inadequate decompression of nerve structures). This can be attributed to the lack of disposal hernia drive against PS, insufficient decompression counterfoil in the side retsessusa.