The clinical, morphological, and tanatological features of tuberculosis have been studied in patients who died in 1994-1996. Group 1 and Group 2 included 91 and 190 patients, respectively. It has been found that the present-day stage is marked by a trend for tuberculosis reversion with the characteristics typical of the preantibiotic period. Along with worse epidemiological parameters, there is an increase in the incidence of miliary tuberculosis and caseous pneumonia. The common cause of death is tuberculosis progression. The present stage differs from the preantibiotic period by the fact that progression rapidly occurs with specific therapy due to an increase in cases with documented drug resistance.