Bit of a stupid question, possibly, but one I've always wondered about. With autoimmune thyroid conditions, such as Hashimoto's, what happens to the gland when it fails completely? Does it just sit in the neck as a redundant piece of tissue, or is it destroyed to the extent that it's physically not there any longer? Probably the former, but I just wondered whether anybody knew.
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