Mri read l3-l4 there is early darkening of the facets. L4-l5 there is mild right facet degeneration.

Probably nothing. Mild facet "degeneration" (ie arthritis) is very common at that level even at your age. Darkening is probably meaning sclerosis, which also goes along with this, but is kind of an unusual way to describe it.
Arthritic change. This simply refers to mild arthritic change in the joints of the spine. It is very common and means very little about your long term prognosis assuming you have back pain.

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Wife's Mri of spine shows C2 C3 demonstrate T1 T2 bright signal along right lower aspect disc space. L3 small vertebral hemangimo. Minor facet hypertrophy at L4 L5 encroaching on the foramina. PLEASE explain these findings. Thank you Drs.

Nothing alarming. C2/3: T1&T2 birght signal along right lower aspect of disc space may be a small tear of the disc space which is not unusal L3: small vertebral hemangioma are very common and of no significance L4/5: mild facet hypertrophy encroaching on the foramina is a common aging change that is frequently seen. Read more...
Some findings OK. In general, small hemangiomas in vertebral bodies are not clinically significant, sort of like fingerprints. Narrowed foramina from arthritis in the facets can be symptomatic and treated conservatively with anti inflammatories, steroid injections or rarely (sometimes micro) surgery. Disc lesions with T1 and T2 abnormalities need to be seen to opine on. Read more...
MRI. I think the correct thing to do is to have physicians who ordered the MRI to explain the findings to you as they are able to use their physical findings when making a definitive diagnosis . Read more...