What is the rate of incidence for atypical depression?

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Atypical depression accounts for about one-fifth of all episodes of depressive symptoms. In women, the symptoms are up to three times more likely to develop than in men. Although the name suggests the condition is not common, atypical depression is the most common subgroup of depression.

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