Before being treated for lacunar infarction, a young patient was transferred from another hospital; she was making a good recovery at the other hospital until the day before she was transferred, becoming agitated, aggressive, and complaining of abdominal pain without significant findings on exam. The possibility of pregnancy was suggested, and an HCG assay was confirmed with an estimated pregnancy of 6 weeks. It was agreed upon after lengthy discussions to perform an abortion. A complete abortion was accomplished with vacuum aspiration curettage. Her mental status improved, and the patient was discharged. Diagnoses at discharge were elective abortion, complete, secondary to lacunar cerebral infarction. What are the 3 ICD-10-CM codes and the 1 ICD-10-PCS code?