In our series, four female children showed cavities in chest radiographs. In three of them, cavities were associated with multiple parenchymatous consolidation that affected to two, three, and four lobes, respectively. In the other patient, cavitation was associated with left-upper-lobe consolidation, atelectasis, and hilar lymphadenopathy. All patients showed nonspecific symptoms, but only this patient showed hemoptysis. Curiously, the Mantoux values in this group were 20, 11, 10, and 5 mm, respectively. Probably, these four patients showed a reactive tuberculosis form.