In the first part of this work1 the pathologic character of the resolving exudates in pulmonary tuberculosis of children was discussed. In the present paper are presented principally clinical and roentgenologic records in support of the ideas developed in study I and as further evidence2 from this clinic, first, that extensive exudates in the pulmonary tuberculosis of children do resolve completely, and, second, that it is impossible to differentiate from the mode of onset and the physical signs whether a given lesion will result in complete recovery or an extension of the disease process and death.
Observations have been made at the Babies and Childrens Hospital of Cleveland on one hundred and ninety tuberculous children during a period of six years. The time of observation varied from five months to three years. Roentgenograms were taken frequently, often every two weeks. In this way the development of pulmonary lesions from