A 36-year-old female patient presents to the ED with a severe headache, listlessness, light sensitivity, nausea, and vomiting. The headache has been growing in intensity over the past three days. The patient does not have a fever. The patient has a programmable cerebrospinal fluid shunt in place and after MRI of both the head and the abdomen, it is determined that there is fluid accumulation in the intracranial portion of the shunt, indicating a malfunction. The neurosurgeon takes the patient to the outpatient surgical suite and performs a magnetic adjustment of the valve pressure. The diagnoses are documented as headache and idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus blocked ventricular shunt.
Excluding the E/M code and the MRI codes assigned by the chargemaster, what codes would be assigned for the facility in this case?
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