A 50-year-old male is treated for severe low back pain and numbness in the left leg over several weeks. The patient thinks the pain resulted from lifting heavy boxes during a recent move to a new residence, but the physician cannot conclude that this was the cause. Diagnostic studies reveal that the patient has a herniated disc. The patient is also found to have osteoarthritis of the lumbar spine with radiculopathy. The patient is admitted for a laminotomy and removal of the nucleus pulpous of the intervertebral disc at L4-L5 to treat the herniate herniated disc but leaving the annulus fibrosus Intact. The patient has an uneventful postoperative recovery and is discharged home to begin rehab therapy in the near future. What are the 2 ICD-10-CM codes and 1 ICD-10-PCS code?